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Local Business Claims To Take Care Of All Your Beauty Needs In 60 Minutes

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When your beauty services fall on the back burner because of the holiday season, there's a local business that claims they can tighten it all up for you in under an hour.

FOX 29's Joyce Evans caught up with Cathy O'Hara, who only had one hour to handle all of her business.

Between family work and holiday must-do's, Cathy hasn't had much time for anything else.

To save time, she's trying Deme's Holiday Beauty Lunchbox.

In just about 10 minutes, Cathy has her eyebrows trimmed, tweezed and brushed into place. Next comes a facial that includes layers of acid peels in just 25 minutes, leaving her plenty of time for a little botox.

After a shot and a massage, Cathy is given a complimentary smoothie and she's ready to get back to work.

We clocked Cathy's entire session at about 53 minutes.

At Deme's Holiday Beauty Lunchbox, appointment times are strict. The cost depends on what you get in your lunchbox hour.

Cathy got three services for $850. She's now done for the season.

You can watch Joyce Evans' story in the video above.

You can read more about Deme on its website.

 

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