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March Spoil

We all want to look and feel our best; it boosts confidence, builds up self-esteem and creates an air of wellness that impacts favourably on every aspect of our daily lives. While it isn’t always easy, especially during stressful times, to take optimum care of your health and appearance, it does have a positive overall effect on work and personal relationships, as well as your state of mind. New treatment techniques and modern technology make looking and feeling, your best easier than ever before, enabling you to enhance your natural assets while investing in yourself. The Aesthetic Doctors in Mbombela specialise in comprehensive, non-surgical cosmetic medical care that is suitable for all skin types. Their scientific approach and widely researched modalities help to protect your skin from the daily rigours and stresses of modern life, reviving the youthful glow you deserve. This month’s Spoil is a 90-minute therapeutic de-stress treatment, that includes LED light treatment and tension-relief therapy on the back, neck and shoulders, all in accordance with a somatologist.

Want to win? Of course, you do! To enter, send an email to [email protected]
with “Aesthetic Doctors” in the subject line, to reach us by noon, March 30.

Ts & Cs apply.

Good luck!

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