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Diamond peel facial for transfer with FREE classic gelish manicure and pedicure

Posted By: chiejohinna

Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019

Price: $80.00

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My friend bought this package but is leaving the country. So I'm helping her to find someone to transfer it to.


Package price is $490 for 5 facials. Now selling for only $400. That's 80%!) VERY GOOD PRICE. This works out to $80 per facial.


We are only able to transfer as a package of 5, we cannot transfer 1. If you only want 1, you can get your friend to chip in together. There must be one person to take all 5, and you can split the cost amongst yourselves. Sorry but that's the salon's rule


As an added bonus, you get a voucher for a classic gelish mani-pedi, entirely for FREE. Usual price is $46. Your total savings is $136!!


Location is 208 New Upper Changi Rd, #01-659, Singapore 460208 (near the KFC)


FREE DELIVERY of the voucher




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