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Luxury for your skin in the heart of Wodonga

Refine Skin owner Jacinta Knight wants clients to feel luxury the moment they step into her recently renovated Wodonga clinic.

The business moved from the corner of Lawrence and Watson St into 14 South St where the building has been transformed from an industrial space into a modern skin wellness clinic.

Jacinta joined forces with Premier Building and Construction for the high-end design that features beautiful archways, a tile ceiling, bespoke finishes, and feature seating that hangs from the ceiling.

“We had outgrown our previous location and wanted to create the first high-end skin clinic for Wodonga,” Jacinta said.

The clinic boasts six beautiful treatment rooms and staff use the latest technology and treatment to provide a range of high-end skin treatments including high-strength chemical peels, skin needling, HydraFacials, LED light therapy, dermaplaning and microdermabrasion.

The business stocks Is Clinical, Lira Clinical and Aspect products that are housed in niche arch shelves. Jacinta is thrilled with the renovation project which took just six weeks to complete.

“It’s definitely a space where clients can come to feel pampered and relaxed,” she said. The clinic’s renovation recently featured in Spa + Clinic magazine, which Jacinta said was a massive honour.

“The magazine contacted me to feature our newly constructed skin clinic to discuss the build process and concepts behind interior design and why I wanted to create a feeling, not just a look,” she said.

Jacinta, who has a Bachelor of Skin Science, said she has clients who are happy to travel to Wodonga from Wangaratta, Bright, and towns past Albury.

“We enjoy helping people feel confident in their own skin and offer treatments for people of all ages,” she said.

“Our main philosophy is to customise each treatment to our clients’ needs; it’s about providing that extra touch.”

The clinic, which has five staff members, operates by appointment only. The business can be contacted on (02) 6056 3702

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