Singapore’s First Bespoke Membership Skin Bar: Peachy Skin Bar Aims to Return Facial Customers Their Autonomy

Singapore, 6 February 2020: Peachy Skin Bar, Singapore’s first bespoke membership skin bar, is set to reimagine the facial experience. With zero hard-selling, zero judgement and full customisation, the skin bar goes against many of the deep-seated unfair practices that plague the beauty industry today.

In fact, the beauty sector has consistently been ranked among the top three industries with the most complaints, according to the Consumer Association of Singapore (CASE). This situation does not seem to be getting any better, with the number of complaints rising from 15 per cent in 2013 to 21 per cent in 2017.

From the aggressive upselling, hidden add-ons to pressure sales tactics when it comes to beauty packages, these unethical practices have turned what was once supposed to be a relaxing retreat into a chamber of nightmares.

Peachy Skin Bar tackles this longstanding issue by introducing a membership tier system as their business model. Customers can enjoy treatments without worrying about sudden hidden costs springing up on them. As a member, they can enjoy privileges and special prices on all treatments. This allows them to pick and choose the type of facial according to their skin needs, which typically varies across different visits.

Additionally, all Peachy Skin Bar treatments are met with a jam-packed routine. Every session is accompanied with mini face, décolletage, and hand massages. Treatments such as the Omakase facial even include the usage of dermatology-grade skincare machines, with no hidden costs.

“The best way to give customers the best and most value-for-money facial is to eliminate packages and increasing treatment options in a salon. I think we have created a fresh and friendly skincare concept in the highly competitive local beauty industry and hope more people will support our vision”, said Crystal Lee, founder of Peachy Skin Bar.

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About Peachy Skin Bar

Peachy Skin Bar is Singapore’s first bespoke membership skin bar that offers flexibility and a lifetime of amazing privileges. We believe regular professional skincare should be a part of your lifestyle to achieve healthy glowing skin, but with salons either selling expensive packages or skimping on quality skincare products, there remains a lack of reliable options in the market.

To make regular skincare more accessible, our founder, Crystal, started Peachy Skin Bar to revolutionise the way people can experience professional skincare. We believe beauty is as much about how you are feeling inside as the way you look outside. With that, each of our treatments are fully customisable and bespoke – with #nojudgement, #nopackages, #justpeachy.

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