Enhance Skin Cosmetic Clinic’s new subscription service to raise money for Catherine House

Enhance Skin Cosmetic Clinic, a leader in personalised skincare and beauty, proudly announces the launch of its innovative subscription service.

This offering, which is quite unique to Adelaide, will allow clients to enjoy top-tier skin treatments through a convenient, budget-friendly weekly payment plan, whilst allowing them to save via discounted treatments.

Designed by the acclaimed Petta Day, who recently won the coveted title of ‘SA’s Best Aesthetic Nurse’ by The Advertiser, this service promises to make premium skin and cosmetic care accessible to everyone.

Starting this month, Enhance Skin Clinic invites everyone to experience the future of aesthetic care without the financial shock typically associated with high-quality treatments. The subscription covers an array of services, ensuring that clients can experience unparalleled skin treatments and outstanding results with regular, hassle-free visits.

Subscribers will benefit not only from significant cost savings but also from exclusive discounts and special member-only privileges. More than just a skincare regime, this service is a commitment to ongoing beauty and wellness.

“I’m thrilled to be launching our new skin subscription options,’” says Petta Day, who has 20 years of nursing experience with additional qualifications in Aesthetic & Dermal Cosmetic Nursing.

“We have 3 options for clients to consider with each offering monthly customised skin treatments, exclusive discounts, freebies and incentives, that are fully flexible,” she adds.

We created the service as the majority of clients are regular monthly visitors to our clinic. This option allows them to benefit financially from their loyalty, by saving and unlocking premium discounts and special offers.

Having raised over $75,000 for various charities in their 4 years of operation, the team at Enhance have decided that their philanthropic endeavours would continue within this new offering, with part proceeds from each subscription in the months of May, June And July will be donated to Catherine House.

“We have always believed in giving back to the community that has supported us so consistently,” says Petta Day, “This initiative allows us to empower not only our clients but also those in need.”

“As a fully female-run and operated business, we have been personally devastated and moved by the shocking number of violent incidents and deaths experienced by women,” Petta adds.

This is one small way we can offer support to any woman in need.

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