Price Permanent Cosmetics and Spa has open house
by TCT Staff
November 02, 2013 11:11 PM | 2323 views | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Carla Price, front center, stands with her staff at Price Permanent Cosmetics and Spa in Towne Lake at 120 Medical Park Drive. <br>Special to the Tribune
Carla Price, front center, stands with her staff at Price Permanent Cosmetics and Spa in Towne Lake at 120 Medical Park Drive.
Special to the Tribune
From staff reports

WOODSTOCK — Price Permanent Cosmetics and Spa opened its doors Oct. 26 for a special open house.

Guests had the opportunity to tour the medical spa and meet the team of estheticians, massage therapists and beauty specialists who make up the staff of the state-of-the-art location.

“We were thrilled to open our doors and provide an opportunity for local residents to come in and see what we offer,” said Carla Price, owner of Price Permanent Cosmetics and Spa. “The open house gave people the opportunity to not only see our facility, but meet one-on-one with our staff in a relaxed and fun environment to talk about ways we can help them to look and feel their best.”

The event also featured giveaways and special drawings for a variety of spa services and a representative from a medical-grade product line, Revisions, was on hand to demonstrate items and answer questions.

In addition, attendees were treated to complimentary mini massages, make-up application from a Glo Minerals beauty expert and hydrafacials, the most advanced and effective skin care treatment available, according to Price.

The Med Spa ran a one-day “special” — offering great savings on a variety of products and services offered, such as permanent makeup, chemical peels, LED light therapy treatments, facials and organic spray-on tans.

Price Permanent Cosmetics and Spa is in Towne Lake at 120 North Medical Parkway, Building 100, Suite 202 in Woodstock.

For more information about the products and services offered, call (770) 926-4355.

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