Ella Baché Dee Why

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Known in the industry as the "Skincare Experts", we believe that successful skincare prescriptions come from our Beauty Therapists thorough knowledge and understanding of the skin.

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Celebrating the latest in skin care and non-invasive cosmetic technology, the team at Ella Baché Dee Why offer an extensive range of treatments that focus on skin solutions as individual as you are. Part of a leading network of elite Ella Baché salons, Ella Baché Dee Why provides a full range of high performance products and services, delivered by highly trained professional Skin Therapists.

Exclusive to select salons, Ella Baché Dee Why now offers IPL Collagen Stimulation Facial. The latest in non-invasive, anti-ageing facial treatments, that targets loss of elasticity and uneven skin tone, stimulating new collagen production and reducing pore size for a younger  looking complexion with no downtime.

Located at Unit 18, 22 Fisher Road in the Seascape Complex, Alicia and her friendly team look forward to welcoming you! 

Award winners

2016 – NSW State Salon of the Year

2015 – Ella Baché Business Development Award

2015 - Northern Beaches Local Business Award - Winner for Outstanding Beauty Services

2015 - Northern Beaches Local Business Award - Finalist for Outstanding Beauty Services

2015 - March Ella Baché NSW State Salon

2014 - October Ella Baché NSW State Salon

2014 - Northern Beaches Local Business Award - Finalist for Outstanding Beauty Services

2012 - Northern Beaches Local Business Award - Finalist for Outstanding Beauty Services

2011 - August Ella Baché NSW State Salon

2011 - April Ella Baché NSW State Therapist - Elizabeth

2011 - February Ella Baché NSW State salon

2011 - Ella Baché Business Development Award

2011 - Northern Beaches Local Business Award - Winner for Outstanding Beauty Services

2010 - Ella Baché Business Development Award

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