Buy Local, Shop Local: Spotlight on Studio Skin and Beauty
As part of the City's Buy Local, Shop Local campaign, we're showcasing businesses that make the City of South Perth a unique place to live, work and visit.
Tucked away on the charming Preston Street shopping strip, Studio Skin and Beauty’s new look studio is instantly recognisable for its pretty pink storefront and chic fit out.
Owner and skin treatment specialist, Kristale, used the disruption caused by COVID-19 as an opportunity to improve her business. Studio Skin and Beauty now has a new brand, new look and modern website complete with online bookings system.
With the improved Studio Skin and Beauty up and running, Kristale and her team are back to doing what they do best: helping women to feel confident in their skin. Offering the very latest in non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatments, brow and lash remedies, as well as massage, expect quality care and expert advice from the moment you step in the door.
Kristale chose to open her business in Como for its small town feel, and loves that local clients can wander down the street to their appointment and grab a coffee nearby afterwards. Next time you stop by Preston Street, show your support for small business by visiting Studio Skin and Beauty.
If you own or run a local business and would like to get involved in the City’s Buy, Local, Shop Local campaign, please contact our Economic Development Officer by calling 9474 0777. You can also list your business on our Buy Local, Shop Local directory.
- Name Studio Skin and Beauty
- Phone 9368 0829
- Email email@example.com
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