So you've spread the love this Valentine's Month but you may have forgotten someone really special - yourself.
How about treating yourself to healthier, glowing, younger-looking skin!
Chemical peels have been around since sour milk was used during the days of Cleopatra. For many years the beauty and medical aesthetics industries in SA and worldwide have been performing chemical peels for many reasons such as: treatment of skin conditions (acne, acne scarring, rough skin patches, sun spots, irregular pigmentation/ uneven skin tone, enlarged pores, dark circles and even freckles) OR for anti-ageing (wrinkles and lines) http://www.tharihealth.com/sample-page/skin-treatments/
Whatever the reason for using them, the aim is to improve the appearance of the skin. They can be used on the face, neck, décolletage, hands, and the back. Most medical grade peels are minimally invasive and are safe for many skin types. All peels work by gently rubbing the skin with a chemical solution to remove the unwanted top layer with all its “problems”. The top layer of the skin will eventually peel off a few days later. The result is a healthier, glowing, younger-looking skin!
Stand a chance of winning three sessions of light chemical peels treatments for one person at Thari Health Excellence in Randburg in IOL's #MyHeart competition.
Tell us who you love and why: whether it's the love of your life, your BFF, your cat, your mom, your boss or your second-removed cousin on your grandmother's side, we want to know why you appreciate them so much. If you are our pick for the best story of the day, you will win one of our amazing prizes, which includes three sessions of light chemical peels treatments for one person at Thari Health Excellence, and be entered into our grand prize draw sponsored by Protea Hotels by Marriott.
So send an email to [email protected] telling us your #MyHeart story.
TIP: The more words the better, and if you have pics and videos, you can send that too.
The competition runs from February 1 to 28.
Winners will be notified by March 1.
Winners will be notified by email or phone, so please send us your contact details with your entry.
Selected story entries, pictures and videos will be published on iol.co.za and our social media pages. The winners' names will be published on our website and social media pages.
Your privacy is important to us. When you enter a competition with us, we ask for your name, email address and mobile number. We use email addresses to notify winners to let them know they have won a prize. We use the mobile numbers provided in order to contact the winner and for prize delivery.
The competition is only open to people residing in South Africa.
Employees of Independent Media, the sponsors & their agents, or any company associated with the competition & their immediate families are not eligible to enter. • Prizes are not redeemable for cash. • The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. • Receipt of entries will not be acknowledged. • The entrant accepts that entry to the competition does not constitute a contract or any form of legal commitment between the entrant and IOL.