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April 2016

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Monthly Specials

Breast Reduction

Save $1,000* on breast reduction surgery. Enjoy a new, rejuvenated contour while alleviating discomfort.

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Skin Resurfacing

Package of 3 laser peels for $1,500!** Helps to improve texture and tone of your skin with a series of erbium laser peels.

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Laser Hair Removal

Save $50 on your first session! Permanently and safely remove unwanted hair.**

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Highlighted Products

 

Latisse

Purchase a 5ml Latisse and receive a 3ml free by mail-in rebate!**
Grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker.

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Beautologie BE Skin Care

Purchase our Be-Complete firming eye cream and receive a free travel sized Be-Caressed hand cream!

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Latest News

Together, with retailers of Grand Island Village, Beautologie Medspa will give one lucky mom a makeover this Mother’s Day. Nominate why your mother is deserving of a makeover from the retailers of Grand Island Village at mommymakeover.com. Nominate now through April 30th, 2016. Winner will be announced on Friday, May 6!

Prizes valued at over $5,000 including:

  • Beautologie Medspa: Liquid Facelift (Valued at $4,500)
  • Opulent: Beauty Day, which includes a pedicure, manicure. Kerastase treatment and haircut with style, signature facial, makeup application, Kerastase shampoo and conditioner (Valued at $500)
  • Valley Republic Bank: A $200 Visa gift card
  • Grand Island Dentistry: Complimentary teeth whitening
  • Runaway Gypsy: $150 gift certificate to Runaway Gypsy
  • Bakersfield Eye Care Center: $150 gift certificate to Bakersfield Eye Care Center
  • Sol Y Luna: $100 gift certificate to Sol Y Luna

 

4/22 - Happy Earth Day. Beautologie reminds you to recycle, reuse and reduce!

MULTIVITAMINS, ARE THEY UNSAFE TO TAKE?

A study done by The Annals of Internal Medicine in 2013 sent the media on a “BAN” multivitamins frenzy. Media outlets were quick to declare multivitamins were unsafe and a waste of money; but there were important facts left out of those reports. The actual name of the study was “Vitamin, Minerals, and Multivitamin supplements for the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer.” The sole purpose of the study was to prove whether or not non- medical alternatives prevented the onset of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

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