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Gifts that keep giving

Christmas has come early to Skin Juice HQ, and we couldn't be happier to share with you our festive promotion!

The best gifts are gifts that keep on giving, and this year we have two beautiful options for your client to choose from when they spend $150 or more on Skin Juice products in salon:

- A vegan wax food wrap OR

- Fruit & vegetable bags (2 per gift) 

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How to claim your free Christmas gifts:

For every $1000 up to $2999 spent on qualifying retail products receive:

5 free gifts (2 wraps and 3 bags)

Spend $3000 on qualifying retail products and receive:

20 free gifts (8 wraps and 12 bags)

You will continue to be rewarded for every $1000 spent on qualifying retail products.

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