Carmel Valley celebrates new digs at Del Mar Highlands Town Center

Brazilia Skin Care held its grand opening Dec. 20 at the Del Mar Highlands Shopping Center. Not completely new to the area, Brazilia is moving down a level at the Highlands to a larger suite to accommodate its growing business.
“Brazilia is all about quality and customer service. We value each and every client and strive to offer the best services in San Diego. We are so excited to expand our Del Mar Highlands location and provide our clients with necessary space to fulfill our high level of quality and service,“ said Excelda Imerman, owner of Brazilia.

Brazilia Skin Care is an intimate studio environment providing services for men and women. It specializes in Brazilian Waxing, Waxing, Facials, Threading, Massage, Eyelash Extensions, Treatments, Body Bronzing, Body Scrubs and Wraps, Laser, botox, specialty treatments, and other products and services such as Obagi Medical Products, Epicuren Skin Care and the DietDoc HcG Weight Loss Program. Brazilia offers an experienced team of over 14 estheticians, cosmetologists, waxers, diet consultants and medical nurses who are constantly up-to-date with the latest treatments, trends, and leading products.

Brazilia is offering first-time clients $10 off their services. Stop in and see the new Brazilia Skin Care in Del Mar at 12925 El Camino Real and experience award winning quality services.

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