Please enter a valid email address.
We Are Sunshine

Soltron’s Blue Box Tanning Salon

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

  With over 20,000 tanning salons in the United States alone, it‘s no wonder many independent salon owners struggle to build a differentiating brand identity – an identity that clearly stands out from the competition and instantly creates excitement and loyalty …

Supre’s Black Orchid Quadruple Bronzer

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

 Achieving a dark golden glow becomes easier with Supre’s new Black Orchid Quadruple Bronzer with ColorLastTM. Since its release in November 2007, Supre has heard nothing but greatness from those who have indulged in Black Orchid…..READ MORE

Devoted Creations’ Green Line

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

  Devoted Creations has become the first lotion company to offer an environmentally friendly tanning experience. Its new Green Line is allowing salon owners to partake in the revenue of a high-demand product while simultaneously doing their part to help the …


Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

Check out what’s hot this month in the latest lotions, lamps and equipment from the top companies in the industry! ……SEE WHAT’S HOT!

Got WEB?

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

It used to be that the World Wide Web was a fancy, foreign-sounding phrase used to describe a hard-to-imagine entity. Now, if you don’t have Internet access from your cell phone, you’re considered a dinosaur.   The computer has enabled our …

Deficiency can lead to bones not developing properly

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

Pregnant women and mothers breast-feeding their babies are being advised by the British government to boost their intake of vitamin D in the winter to prevent their child suffering rickets or seizures.…

Is Vitamin D the way to beat asthma?

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008

Vitamin D could lower the risk of asthma in children by up to 40 per cent, according to a new report.

Researchers say that lack of vitamin D could be involved in the increase in asthma and allergies. They believe …

Canadian study points to ‘D’ deficiency

Sunday, December 30th, 2007

 A study of vitamin D levels in more than 100 University of Toronto students has found a much higher proportion of non-white participants had insufficient levels of the vitamin in their blood compared to white students.…