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Review - New York Skin Solutions (NYSS)

New York Skin Solutions @ White Sands
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Central Street 3 #04-07/08, White Sands Shopping Centre S518457

Previously, I saw an offer from New York Skin Solutions (NYSS) online and their first trial facial cost only $8, so I decided to try it and asked SQ to come along too.
We made appointment for the Pasir Ris outlet, and we got there on time but we were told to wait, the waiting time was about 30 minutes -.-

Finally, the consultant came in and asked us about our skin concerns before scanning our face using a machine(don't know what it's called. lol). She showed us how normal flawless skin is like before comparing with our skin. And she goes on to say about how the facial will help.

After that, we went into the rooms to get our facials done. It started with cleansing, then extracting of blackheads(on the nose only) and ended with a mask. The extraction part hurts like mad, that's why I don't like going for facials!

Overall, I did see slight improvements(only temporary), because my skin is sensitive so my cheeks look red at times and after the facial, it doesn't look as red. After the facial, she sat us down and told us about the packages on promotion, and that if we signed up together, it'll be really cheap. But we told the lady that we wouldn't be signing on any packages, it was obvious that the attitude changed straight after we said that.
*Before we stepped in NYSS, we have discussed and said not to sign on any packages because of the countless bad reviews we saw online :x We only want that $8 promo, cheapos. LOL :p

In my opinion, I think it's only worth going for first trial and maybe if the facial treatments are sponsored (like the ones shown on tv), other than that, don't go unless you have too much money to spend.

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