Solaya Spa & Salon Wants You to Have a Fresh-Faced Fall. FOUR Facials for the Price of THREE!

AFTER A PARTICULARLY hot summer with plenty of time spent in the sun, our skin could use a refresh, and Solaya Spa & Salon knows the way to prep you for a cool fall glow.


The new Brighter You Facial will soothe tired skin and smooth away the dullness from environmental damage and stress. The ultra-hydrating treatment is both exfoliating and invigorating as it re-energizes skin — from beloved skin line Natura Bissé.

Perfect for frustrated and congested skin, the power of pure oxygen within the products' ingredients will decongest and brighten a dull complexion, restore clarity and a healthy glow ensuring you enter the fall season with a fresh face forward. A lip serum and concentrated retinol eye treatment add-on target wrinkles and other signs of aging as well as fighting the appearance of dark circles and puffiness.

Solaya Spa & Salon knows this facial is a must for their clients after a stressful year, which is why they are offering an unheard of deal: Four Treatments for the Price of Three. The Brighter You Facial will be available in a series of four treatments for just $360 – less than $100 per facial.

Whether you've spent too much time in the sun, or newly resumed plane travel has dried out your skin, the Four for the Price of Three special on the Brighter You facial can't be missed. Redeem before December 31, 2021.

To purchase and book, call Solaya Spa & Salon directly at 713-263-6500 or learn more at www.solayahouston.com.

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