Enjoy pampering facial after a day of activity


  • Metro News
  • Thursday, 05 Sep 2019

Lee (second from right) presenting the sponsorship to Kow (blue blouse). With them are cosmetology manager Felina Yeoh (left) and beauty consultant Jess Wong.

REJUVENATE after sweating it out at Penang Starwalk 2019 with an organic natural facial at Soul Balance Beauty and Wellness.

The centre is giving away a session worth RM150 to each participant.

Owner Lisa Lee said the facial uses organic plant or flower-based products with formulations from France.

The session includes cleansing, exfoliating and steaming plus a face and shoulder massage.

“It is suitable for all skin types and will hydrate the face, leaving one with a fresh and shining complexion. The facial is suitable for both men and women.

“We want to give Starwalkers a pampering experience to complement their pursuit of health and wellness, ” said Lee, who is a Starwalk sponsor for the second year.

She was speaking after handing over vouchers for the facials to Star Media Group client brand marketing senior representative Sandy Kow.

Established in 2008, Soul Balance Beauty and Wellness is located in Lebuhraya Mas off Jalan Masjid Negeri and has eight rooms with 10 beds. It is staffed by a team of cosmetologists.

The centre offers a wide range of beauty treatments, including a special brush sculpting massage.

Opening hours are from 10am to 7.30pm on weekdays and 10am to 6.30pm on weekends.

Starwalkers redeeming the vouchers must make appointments by calling 04-656 2388 or 656 0388.

Penang Starwalk 2019, organised by Star Media Group, will be held at Gurney Drive on Sept 22. It is now in its 42nd year.

Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas is expected to flag off the walkers at Gurney Paragon Mall at 7am. — By JEREMY TAN


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