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High Society Skin Clinic opens second store in Mongkok, Hong Kong

High Society Skin Clinic

High Society Skin Clinic, an acclaimed skin management clinic in Hong Kong, has opened its second branch in Mongkok’s MOKO Mall.

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The new location is a compelling flagship that builds on the success of the original location in Central’s Princess Brows salon, which specialises in eyebrow and eyelash grooming, and semi-permanent makeup treatments. Rebecca Chung, founder of both brands, aims to encourage self-care, build confidence through the treatments on offer, and the salons’ exceptional experience.

The newest branch offers the latest certified and just-FDA-approved machines, including Emsculpt NEO, Pico EnLighten Laser, Exilis Ultra 360, HIFU Magic V Lift, and Ultherapy. All the machines have been carefully selected to offer non-invasive, pain-free treatments with cutting-edge technologies to sculpt, lift, and brighten the face and body.

High Society Skin Clinic and Princess Brows pride themselves on restoring confidence by working with all skin types and concerns, and offering an enriching and encouraging environment with the highest standard of care.

High Society Skin Clinic
Source: High Society Skin Clinic

Chung has been a long-time champion of semi-permanent makeup in Hong Kong, founding Princess Brows in 2011 and her own pigment and tool company, The House of PMU, in 2015. She also pioneered several proprietary semi-permanent makeup techniques, including Microblading – the globally popular hand-drawn eyebrow tattoo solution – Under-Eye Concealer, Stretch Mark Concealer, and Vitiligo Camouflage.

Chung was also the first to do Hairline and Lash Tattoo treatments. Princess Brows is the only salon in Hong Kong to offer semi-permanent concealer and camouflage, and these treatments will be available at the new High Society Skin Clinic, too.

Building on her success, in 2016, Chung formulated her G.E.L Lashes treatment and products, which have now been franchised in more than seven countries around the world. The 45-minute treatment lifts, lengthens, and tints natural eyelashes and results last for up to 12 weeks.

“My goal with all my ventures is to give individuals every opportunity to feel confident and beautiful in their own skin. Whether it is the fitness support we offer with Emsculpt or the confidence we offer with our semi-permanent makeup that conceals distracting scars and dark circles and gives you the confidence to go without makeup, our services are designed to transform the way you look, but more importantly, the way you feel,” says Chung.

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Beauty maven and semi-permanent makeup artist Rebecca Chung utilises her platform and services to encourage individuals to feel confident in their own skin, whether that is through facials, semi-permanent makeup, or HIFU treatments.

 

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