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Jul. 23, 18 | 9:38 am

The concept of ’pampering yourself’ and the need to look presentable at all times is why women from all over the world just can’t resist the thought of having different kinds of cosmetics or going to a salon – and of course Filipinas are very much included. But for many Filipina OFWs, there just seems to be little to no time, much less to have a budget, to go to a salon here in the UAE.

Fortunately, shops such as Nazih Cosmetics now enable shoppers to get the exact cosmetic that were previously exclusive to salons. What’s even better is that these products are now even more budget-friendly and affordable.

Skin Care and Hair Care

One of the main items that Nazih is proud and pleased to offer is their Luxury Algae Peel Off Mask. At salons, you’ll usually spend Dh 499 for a one-time mask application, the Luxury Algae Peel Off Mask provides a revitalizing and firming feel on your face – best applied during the summer weather especially for those with oily skin and those whose faces are prone to having pimples due to the heat. The mask is currently at 50% off bringing down the price from Dh 62 to Dh 31 – that’s more than Dh 450 of savings compared to a salon!

Considered as their top seller, OFWs and even expat fashionistas from all over the UAE go to their store to grab the signature Macadamia products known for their all natural and organic treatment made in the USA. Nazih offers Macadamia shampoo, conditioner, oil treatment, as well as a hair mask.

Keratin Complex is also available at the Nazih store should you wish to give your hair that much needed treatment – it comes in two: The clarifying shampoo – which first step before Keratin that you’ll need to wash your hair with 2-3 times, and then comes the second and final step which is to apply the Natural Keratin. For a more budget-friendly Keratin application, Nazih also offers their X-liso product that costs Dh 130 only.

Nazih also offers the GHD Hair Straightening gadget that is powered by several sensors to make sure that the heat is spread evenly on your hair as you straighten it out. They also have the GHD Blow Dryer that comes with both blow drying and hair straightening nozzles. For the budget conscious fashionista, they also have their Parlux Blow Dryers powered with both ceramic and ionic technologies.

If you’re interested to remove those persistent hairs from areas where you wish they were completely gone, Nazih has the latest Permanent Hair Removal tech. Its cutting-edge laser and pulse lights allow a safe process of permanent hair removal so much so that you can do it on your own! The permanent hair removal gadget’s price used to be Dh 1570 but only during their promo would the price by Dh 944 – so be sure to get it while prices are low!

Nail Polishers

Nazih offers both the normal nail polish that lasts for 7 days, as well as the Infinite Shine nail polish that lasts for 14 days with the ‘gel effect’. The ‘gel effect’ gives your fingernails the look and feel as if a machine put the nail polish on your fingernails. Each bottle provides around 50 applications. The normal nail polish is currently on sale at 35% off, bringing down the price from Dh 51.50 to 33.50. The nail polishes also come in small packs to give you a variety of color options in one purchase.

Sales Advisers, not Sales Representatives

Nabil adds that their Filipino employees are more than just your regular salespersons: “Our Filipino staff aren’t just sales representatives – they are sales advisers because people ask for their honest opinion and we are willing to help each one of them.” Nabil is proud to work with Filipinos as he deems his workforce as competent individuals with a heart for serving the needs of their fellow Filipinos in the UAE when it comes to beauty.

Nazih Cosmetics has their sale ongoing on all of their 28 showrooms around Dubai and the UAE until August 4 with products up to 75% off from its original tag price.

TFT Lifestyle TV is a weekly show that tells the life stories and shares the lifestyle of OFWs based in the UAE. A new episode is shown every Friday so be sure to check the Facebook page of The Filipino Times to stay updated with each episode.

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