Business

Open house, shopping event mixed in one

Cosmedic Corner & Sweet LeiLani is holding an open house which doubles as a pre-holiday shopping event.

It will be on Thursday, Dec. 1 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The event is a fundraiser for the Langley Christmas Bureau.

The business is located at Unit 1, 6280 202 St. Contact them at 778-896-4891, or www.sweetleilani.com.

The company’s first complete skin care cosmetic line does more than give colour enhancement. It benefits the skin in ways ordinary cosmetics cannot. Sweet LeiLani’s line of cosmetics conceal medical conditions and natural skin imperfections, help in pre- and post-operative care and complement surgical and dermatological procedures.

The company is recognized by the Canadian and World Burn Congress, burn units and cancer wards, and is known in the medical profession as ‘skin care cosmetics.’

The open house will feature products for the bath, body, beauty, jewelry and accessories. There will be various discounts for this night only.

Enjoy wine and cheese while you shop — and maybe you will be one of the lucky door prize winners.

Partial proceeds going to the Childrens’ Christmas Bureau

Try the Makeup Bar and learn the new dimension of dazzle for holiday glamour, and learn about The Cosmedic Corner

Luminous Skincare’s micro-dermabrasion and skin lasering treatments.

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