Founded and led by award-winning aesthetician Yvette Hayes, this immaculately presented, warm and welcoming medispa is the place to go if effective, lasting results are high on your list of priorities.
Luxurious gold accents, marble floors and wainscot panelling signal the premium, high-tech treatments that await you behind the treatment room doors.
We recommend the Yvette Hayes Signature Facial for a bespoke slice of skin magic, and the renowned Guinot Hydradermie, which combines state-of-the-art delivery systems with pharmaceutical-grade plant peptides and stem-cells that deliver amazing results.
Pellis also offers a full range of injectables, including the Beauty Boost treatment that deeply hydrates the skin with hyaluronic acid and a blend of antioxidants and amino acids using the micro-chanelling delivery technique for the radiant complexion of your dreams.
Get ready for your best skin yet.
205 Clovelly Rd, Randwick NSW 2031
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- Since 19-11-20
- Posted by Yvette Hayes
- Randwick Area*
- Key Words: Award Winning Aesthetician, Luxurious Treatment Rooms, Randwick, pharmaceutical-grade plant peptides and stem-cells that deliver amazing results.
- Entry Type: Business
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