Airing your dirty skin secrets

Date: 3rd October 2017.
Picture James Hardisty.
Yen Reis Founder of Skin Laundry visiting Leeds for an event at Harvey Nichols, Leeds.
Date: 3rd October 2017. Picture James Hardisty. Yen Reis Founder of Skin Laundry visiting Leeds for an event at Harvey Nichols, Leeds.
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An American beauty brand renowned for making laser facials accessible has introduced the treatments to Harvey Nichols and the founder flew in to Leeds from LA to tell us more about it.

Skin Laundry, since opening a flagship store in Santa Monica in 2013, has acquired a cult like following and is revolutionising the way people clean and care for their skin and wants to make what would have normally been private and pricey clinic only treatments available to a wider client base.

The Laser and Light facial vaporizes dirt and impurities deep down into the pores and rejuvenates skin leaving it clean and clear and radiant in less than 15 minutes.

Skin Laundry Founder Yen Reis was in Harvey Nichols and Leeds on Tuesday and said: “Our mission has been to offer safe, effective and affordable laser facials to the global market and this strategic partnership (with Harvey Nichols) allows us to introduce a much wider audience to our innovative treatment and product line.”

Skin Laundry treatments and products have been added to the department store’s Beyond Beauty department which is an in house edit of the best niche and new to the world market brands.

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