Wednesday, April 14, 2010

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If you’ve got some time to spare today or tomorrow, be sure to stop by 3LAB’s customer event where founder Erica Chung will be on hand to conduct a workshop that explains the advanced science for perfecting your skin. It’s a good chance to catch up with your girlfriends over champagne and canapés. Participants will receive a welcome gift of personalised 3LAB deluxe samples that's personally selected by Erica along with exclusive gifts with purchase. Best of all, the event is free so all you have to do is RSVP and you have the perfect opportunity for a quick catch up with the girls.

Details are as follows:

Wednesday April 14th, 2010 at Joyce Beauty, Canton Road
Thursday April 15th, 2010 at Lane Crawford, Joyce Beauty Counter, Pacific Place
Time: 5:30 - 7:30pm

Space is limited and advance booking is required, please call:
G106, Gateway Arcade, Canton Road 2367 0860
JOYCE Beauty, Lane Crawford Pacific Place 3798 0172

Haven’t heard of 3LAB before? Sold exclusively at Joyce Beauty, 3LAB is the brainchild of David and Erica Chung and was launched in 2003. According to their press materials, “3LAB utilises the highest-grade of botanical ingredients, advanced “state-of-the-art” scientific technologies and delivering antioxidant and other natural ingredients to the skin in the highest percentage in the industry.” A disbeliever? Pop by the event to see and let us know what you think.

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hkFashionGeek said...

It's not a problem. Hope the workshops are a big success!

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