One year of ‘Sorbet’ excellence

2017-10-10 06:00
 PhotoS: kalisha naickerBeauty therapists Portia Maduna and Lungi Ncwane.

PhotoS: kalisha naickerBeauty therapists Portia Maduna and Lungi Ncwane.

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SORBET Hillcrest turned one on Friday and guests were treated to amazing specials to celebrate the occasion all weekend.

This exclusive salon, conveniently situation­ at the Hillcrest Corner, offers a one-stop beauty shop, from specialised Dermalogica facials to body treatments, including eye treatments, waxing, nail salons, and more. From manicures to pedicures, skin care and body massages, there is always a therapist waiting to serve customers with a smile.

Neerita Naidoo, Sorbet Hillcrest owner, said the outlet’s nail, body, hair and skin care specialists offer a range of beauty therapy treatments that deliver head-to-toe confidence.

“We are all about spreading the love, which means you can step in and strut out of any one of our Sorbets with confidence.”

She said as a qualified therapist herself, she makes sure the store prides itself on professionalism which enables her to have a personal element and touch catering for every need.

“We are always looking at new trends and constantly training and educating our staff.”

Naidoo said the success of this one-year milestone is owed to the community, which has become “family”.

“We have built unbreakable relationships with our guests and I thank them for their loyalty.”

Specials to look forward to include Christmas specials - gift packs, pedi-spa and make-up packages.

For more information or to book a treatment, contact 031 765 3866 or 079 268 9208.

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