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Ribbon cutting scheduled for Angel Touch Day Spa

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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Angel Touch Day Spa has recently relocated to a more visible location on Highway 50 near Stateline and is honoring this next step by holding a ribbon cutting with the Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce at noon Wednesday, Oct. 5.

“It’s a great location, easily accessible with amazing mountain and peaceful meadow views,” said Anna Terry, owner. “We have larger and more welcoming space and are located right inside the Lake Village neighborhood, looking forward to having our neighbors as clients.”

The Day Spa offers a multitude of treatments and services. Anna is a Licensed Massage Therapist in CA and Licensed Aesthetician in both CA & NV since 1998. Karen has been a professional permanent makeup artist since 2001, and uses state of the art equipment. Wendi is trained in the modern new way of doing nails, including colored acrylics and jeweled tips and specializing in shellac, she also offers certified spray tanning.

Angel Touch offers an array of facial services, and is the only Tahoe Day Spa to offer Intraceuticals Oxygen Facials. Anna also recommends Skinceuticals for the best care and results in anti-aging, as a commitment to regular treatments and home skin care. It is a well-known, physician-grade line – repeatedly touted in magazines for results and as a beauty editor favorite. With an array of facials available, the products give a medical-like treatment that is focused on results and relaxation for the best of both worlds.

“We pride ourselves on offering treatments that can be seen as preventative,” added Terry. “Spray tanning protects skin from sun damage, and the relaxation that you receive from massage or other spa services have been proven to have lasting health benefits.”

Angel Touch Day Spa is located at 301 U.S. Highway 50, between Stateline and Round Hill. Appointments can be made online at http://www.angeltouch-spa.com or by calling 775-586-1885. Mention this article and receive an extra 10 percent off your service.

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