Unlike ceramic swans and decorative dinner plates covered in gambolling kittens, there are certain things that are just a good thing to collect. While knick-knacks look cute and make a good conversation, you probably won’t find anyone who wants to chat about the accumulation of dead-skin cells on their face. Do some spring-cleaning with today’s Groupon and get rid of those dead cells with a Beta Hydroxy Acid Peel from The New You for R130.
It’s a good thing that many people say life isn’t a fairy-tale, because some mornings can leave you feeling more like the spotty, slightly wrinkled evil step-sister than the girl who’s bound to end up with a tiara. The New You really lives up to its name, offering a brand-spanking new you in less time than it would take to pop out for lunch. Whether it’s pores that seem large enough to use for a round of golf or too much time working on your tan, the Beta Hydroxy Acid Peel can stop even the most determined of epidermis dilemmas.
Staffed by trained aestheticians and medical professionals, the stylish Vorster Avenue treatment centre is the ideal place to shed your extraneous epidermic baggage and soften up your tough exterior. Clingy dead skin-cells are usually the main cause of dull, hardened skin that make looking in the mirror such a trial, and the gentle, exfoliating peel is the perfect way to urge those cells to move on. After the treatment, it’s not just the dead cells that sound the retreat; the pockmarks of teenage acne and pigmentation problems, or the effects of too many days spent in the sun and city smog all vanish like cake at an office party.
A true lunch-time treatment, the Beta Hydroxy Treatment is quick and painless, and with no downtime, you could probably squeeze in the treatment, lunch with your special friend and a trip to the grocery store before your boss even notices you’re missing. Afterwards, if you ask your mirror, mirror on the wall who the fairest of them all is, it’ll definitely pick you rather than some fictional character named after the cold season.
Skin Statistic: Natives of the western colony of Alaska believe that allowing a penguin to flap its wings across your face will help remove acne scars.