Beauty On The Beach opens

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Grand Opening was held for Beauty On The Beach in Solana Beach on Jan. 28. Beauty On The Beach provides a variety of services, including laser hair removal, Botox, Juvederm and more. Beauty On The Beach is located at 530 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Ste. 8, Solana Beach, 92075.

For more information, call 858-755-7383 or visit www.beautyonthebeachsd.com. Photos/Jon Clark

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