As our digital lives become bigger and more encompassing than ever, people turn to the Internet and social media to meet, shop, and celebrate special milestones—as one would have at, say, the mall.
So in celebration of the 8th anniversary of Rustan’s The Beauty Source’s membership program Beauty Addict, the cosmetics and skin care destination, treats its members to deals, discounts, promos, and a bonus interactive talk featuring Filipino personalities.
Members purchasing P2,500 worth of products from the newly launched Beauty Addict Portal today until October 31 are entitled to one e-raffle entry for a chance to win the grand prize of P100,000 worth of shopping spree at Rustan’s The Beauty Source or P50,000 (second prize) or P25,000 (third prize) worth of beauty products.
Select fragrances meanwhile, are on discount until Sept. 24, including Sisley fragrances (20 percent off), Neal’s Yard Remedies Home Fragrances (15 percent), Calvin Klein perfumes (20-50 percent), Marc Jacobs perfumes (20-50 percent), and Dunhill big bottle fragrances (up to 50 percent).
On September 25-30, bath and body, nail, hair, and personal care products are offered at discounted prices. Get 10 percent off on all Phyto products for a minimum purchase of P1,500, 10 percent off on Deborah Lippmann products for a minimum of P1,500, 20 percent off on Neal Yard’s Remedies essential oils, 10 percent off on Elle Basic items for a minimum of P1,500, and up to 50 percent off on all Sally Hansen items.
Customers purchasing via Personal Shopper On Call (bit.ly/RTBSShopOnCall) or at any Rustan’s Department Store will get complimentary Beauty Addict membership. Members get five times points when they shop this September.
An hour prior to the Beauty Addict portal’s launch on September 3, Rustan’s staged a Facebook Live session hosted by Tim Yap, with guests Tessa Prieto-Valdes, Miss Universe Philippines 2017 Rachel Peters, Marie Lozano, Mikaela Lagdameo-Martinez, and Janeena Chan, wherein they talked about mindful beauty and “all-clusivity.”
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