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InSpa InSta Launch Party

Sep 22, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Free

InSpa is proud to announce the launch of our newest service: the InSta™ Facial. In just 30 minutes, watch your skin go from blah to fabulous with treatments tailored to your particular needs.

●      Got breakouts or excessive shine? Try InStaClear to clean pores and dry blemishes.

●      Have sensitive skin? The InSta™ Calm with relieve redness and gently hydrate without irritation.

●      Concerns about aging? The InSta™ Lift revitalizes, smooths and firms for a more youthful look.

●      Need a pick-me-up? Our InSta™ Glow gives you instantly moist, dewy and bright skin that’s ready for a close up!

Enjoy a free InSta™ 30 minute facial, make up demos, complimentary refreshments and more at our  Launch Party on Saturday, September 22, from 11am to 7pm at InSpa Bellevue Square.  For more information, go to inspa.com/instaNote: An RSVP is required to receive your free InSta™ facial. Call  425.372.7650 to pre-book your slot today!

Details

Date:
Sep 22, 2018
Time:
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://inspa.com/insta

Organizer

InSpa Bellevue Square
Phone:
425.372.7650
Email:
lisa@pharos.net
Website:
https://inspa.com

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Venue

InSpa Bellevue Square
2020 Bellevue Square
Bellevue, WA 98004 United States
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Phone:
425.372.7650
Website:
https://inspa.com/insta

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