Four Seasons Salon treats customers like family

AMORY – Sandra Keyes and her husband bought Four Seasons Tanning Salon in July 2007.
“This is a family owned and run hometown business. We treat our customers as we would want to be treated,” Keyes said.
There are eight beds and one stand-up booth available for customers. The beds are standard high pressure Wolffe Sun Beds with 30 and 32 bulbs.

ALICE ORTIZ/MONROE JOURNALFOUR SEASONS TANNING - Sandra Keyes stands by some of the items available at her tanning salon and boutique.

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FOUR SEASONS TANNING – Sandra Keyes stands by some of the items available at her tanning salon and boutique.

Keyes recommends that tanning be done in moderation with one or two visits a week. Customers do need to moisture their skin in tanning.
“I have had customers say it helps with their arthritis, psoriasis, eczema and acne,” Keyes said.
She also has a room for sunless airbrush tanning for those who have a medical condition, but still want a tan.
“I spray the airbrush tanning myself. It is very popular especially for weddings, proms and beauty revues,” Keyes said.
Tanning is a seasonal business with January through June being very busy and July through December slower.
To make it a year-round business, Keyes also has a boutique. She carries a large assortment of purses, jewelry, wallets, crossover bags, scent warmers and blocks, sunshades and a new line of soy candles.
“I have jewelry and purses coming in all during the year. There is always something fresh in those items in the shop,” Keyes said.
Four Seasons Tanning Salon also has pottery from Mary Jo Williams of Hummingbird Hollow in Lackey. She also has a source for handpainted tin art.
Some of the boutique items are already gift wrapped and ready for giving or they can be customized.
Four Seasons Tanning Salon can also be found on Facebook.