The luxury day spa recommends the gentle and natural hair removal treatment to women who suffer from sensitive skin and who have had problems with harsher hair removal techniques like waxing, epilating and shaving. All of Penelope and the Beauty Bar’s sugaring sessions are also now available on a same-day booking basis.
More information is available at https://www.penelopeandthebeautybar.com and to request or schedule an appointment today.
Penelope and the Beauty Bar is proud to have sugaring on their roster of skin and body treatments during a time when its popularity is increasing across the US. A spokesperson for Penelope and The Beauty Bar said, “Sugaring is an all-natural, non-abrasive form of hair removal, utilizing a paste made of sugar, water, and lemon juice. It is great for those with sensitive skin.”
Penelope and the Beauty Bar particularly recommends the natural, ancient Egyptian hair removal treatment–which only uses sugar, water and lemon juice–for sensitive regions of the face. This includes the brow, lip and chin.
The luxury spa has full-arm, half-arm, full-leg and half-leg sugaring options. They also recommend sugaring for the Brazilian region or as a bikini or extended bikini wax alternative.
Penelope and the Beauty Bar suggests that visiting women may wish to combine their sugaring appointment with one of their popular facials. In addition to their sugaring appointment, clients can schedule the Penelope Signature Customized Facial. This particular facial is a popular choice for women who want to cleanse and deeply exfoliate their skin in order to reduce blackheads and breakouts, customized to each client’s own skin concerns. Their estheticians are fully trained and knowledgable to help clients update their skincare routine.
Guests will find Penelope and the Beauty Bar inside the historic Fairmont Hotel in the center of Seattle. Both same-day and walk-in appointments are now available.
More details can be found at https://www.penelopeandthebeautybar.com/pages/schedule-an-appointment-1
Penelope and the Beauty Bar
411 University street
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