Harmony Beauty Therapy 15th Birthday Open House
Saturday, May 18th
Join us to celebrate the 15th anniversary of our Buckingham skin & beauty salon on Saturday 18th May from 11am to 4pm!
We'll be opening up our doors for all to enjoy FREE Express Treatment Trials & Complimentary Skin Mapping by our Dermalogica Experts!
They'll be exclusive birthday offers, new client offers and product and treatment giveaways, alongside some celebratory fizz & nibbles! Plus, a goody bag for all those who donate to our charity on the day!
We'll be focusing our fundraising efforts on the day to a charity close to our hearts, Brain Tumor Research. Very sadly one of our loved, long-standing clients passed away in March, after being diagnosed suddenly with a brain tumour.
We hope you can join us on the day to raise as much money as we can for such a deserving cause, in memory of our lovely client who we miss very much.
We hope you can join us to celebrate! No pre-booking required and FREE for all to attend.
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Harmony Beauty Therapy
The White House, Market Hill
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