Pay R600 for five CEYA 3000 detox treatments valued at R1700 at La Beauté Endermologie and Wellness (save 65%)

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  • Save 65% on five 20 minute CEYA 3000 detox treatments
  • Unlimited purchases
  • Rid your body of unwanted toxins

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Movies are often depictions of real-life, though we might not always see the parallels at first. That scene where the pilot ejects his passenger in a swift and sudden motion directly translates to the motion of ejecting the toxins from your body. Take heed from these life lessons and eliminate those irksome particles with five CEYA 3000 detox treatments for R600 at La Beauté.

Rather than subject you to the horror of a strict dieting regime calling for you to touch your toes while drinking a four litre jug of some lemon-and-lime-slash-cola like liquid, the CEYA 3000 detox treatment employs the use of radio waves. This does not mean that you’ll have a near supernatural connection to Katy Perry or Miles Davis, but rather that you’ll experience a non-surgical treatment with non-invasive procedures.

The CEYA 3000 detox treatments are intense sessions that increase circulation and reduce water retention. The treatments are ideal for weight loss as the process actually helps to lose weight quicker. In the the hands of the skilled and oh-so-lovely La Beauté beauty techinicians, you’ll experience a dedicated one-on-one session ensuring that your body is given all the attention it truly deserves. Post detox session, you may begin to blur the lines of reality and the movies when you start quoting lines to yourself like “You had me at ‘hello’”. 

Detox fact: The first modern professional detox treatment was a treatment based on Chinese healing methods.  In his mobile surgery (his car), Jacob Busteronga would travel from patient to patient, administering a treatment he called the “Jamjar” from his backseat.  The procedure involved blowing carbon dioxide into a jar and then pressing it firmly onto a client’s back for six hours.  

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