Course of Three 30 Minute Medi Facials for £29 at Cosmedoctor (61% Off)
- UK wide chain of salons
- High Street Kensington location
- Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm
- Options include facials designed for dry, oily, or sensitive skin
- Three 30 minute treatments
- Suitable for men and women
- Personally tailored treatments
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone only 0845 833 9677. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid at High Street Kensington location only (W8 7RL). Approx. 30 minute treatment time. Leave at least 4 weeks between treatments. Must be 18 or older.
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Facing the music can be morally and melodically satisfying, but a tuba can really cause some damage to the skin. Don’t strain your façade with today’s Groupon: £29 for a course of three 30 minute medi facials at Cosmedoctor, London.
With a spread of beauteous treatments topping 48 salons throughout the UK, Cosmedoctor tends to London’s bodies and façades from a High Street Kensington hideaway. The top-to-toe cosmetic menu glimmers with aesthetic boosters from semi-permanent make-up to spray tanning, while spa treatments such as massage and facials are on-hand to pamper peachy complexions. Each client is treated to personally tailored preening from the bespoke beauty station, snuggled inside the Superdrug store, and the team even offers a home call-out service for pamper-emergencies.
A course of three 30 minute facials can give faces a helping hand, as guests select the best suited soothe session. Customers can carefully choose from a treatment especially for dry skin, or one designed to help reduce oil and the appearance of acne. Another option aims to coddle sensitive skin, or to aid the skin in tackling pigmentation woes. The sessions are suitable for both ladies and gents, and guests are advised to leave around four weeks in between appointments.
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CosmedoctorNational chain of clinics