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At Aroma Beauty Therapy Clinic, owner Regan Thomson is Internationally trained (CIDESCO) and a Full Member of AABTH here in Australia.
Aroma Beauty Therapy Clinic has selected the best in Aromatherapy, Active Organic and now Superceutical skincare. Makeup lines include INIKA and COFFEEBERRY Mineral Makeup, as well as EYE OF HORUS mascara, KAREN MURRELL lipsticks and BUTTER LONDON. Skincare ranges include DECLEOR, PRIORI, ELIZABETH ARDEN PRO, HYDROPEPTIDE, MONODERMA, GROWN and TRUE. Browse through Aroma Beauty Therapy Clinic's ONLINE STORE to find Promotional Parcels and products available to purchase via secure PAYPAL. GIFT VOUCHERS can be ordered online, by email or over the phone.
By Appointment Only.
Blush Beauty Salon operates four salons, the first opened in Runaway Bay in 1995 and then South Tweed in 1997, Beenleigh in 2001, and Pacific Pines in 2011.
Blush Beauty Salons prides itself in providing professional and friendly service by fully qualified therapists. Our mission is to simply make your visit such an enjoyable experience that you keep coming back time and again. Our therapists have ongoing training keeping up to date with newest techniques and products on the market to ensure you receive the maximum benefits from your treatments.
Runaway Bay Shopping Village offers superior shopping convenience and services on one level in air conditioned comfort. With three major discount department stores, Big W, Target and Best & Less, three supermarkets, Woolworths, Coles and ALDI, and over 130 specialty stores and services, shopping close to home or your holiday accommodation could never be easier. With 50 per cent of the car parks under cover, you can be promised to keep your cool all the way home. If you are arriving by boat, disembark at the Centre's jetty on the Boardwalk Canal outside the food court.
Pine Ridge Conservation Park protects one of the last remaining wallum banksia stands on the Gold Coast. In this small, virtually untouched park is culturally important to the Kombumerri-Ngarangwal people. Escape the city's hustle and bustle on a stroll or cycle along bitumen boundary tracks; or walk the sandy, centre track. See the park's varied plant-life, including tall bloodwood trees, heath and paperbark swamps. Enjoy the flush of wildflowers in late winter and spring, especially after good autumn rains. Remember the binoculars for watching wildlife. Camping is not allowed in the park, but a picnic area is available for those wanting to enjoy a whole day out.