Sugar, Spice And Everything Nisce

Glamour is now easily within reach! Nisce Skin N' Face (pronounced as Ni-Se) assists in unleashing this glamour in you without requiring an arm and a limb to do so. The affordable services offered by Nisce Skin 'N Face's chain of wellness clinics nationwide is tailored to suit skin needs at a very affordable price. Beauty just became more accessible, thanks to the combined efforts of the dedicated team behind Nisce Skin 'N Face.

Tried and Tested

Spearheading the glamorous task is Marie Antoinette Nisce, internationally licensed esthetician and vice president of Nisce Skin 'N Face. She fused wisdom she got from both her educational background and her mother's 25 years in the skin care business and used it to help formulate the beauty treatments and products that make Nisce bring out the glamour in women. It's glamour founded on the most solid of aesthetic expert foundations, tried and tested by time.

Her prowess in skin care is not just known locally, but even internationally. She is a Singapore and UK certified Aesthetician, and a member of the Confederation of International Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology in London (CIBTAC). Her unparalleled knack for transferring knowledge to the personnel manning the wellness centers under a three-month intensive training program ensured that all clients get high quality service. She has been most generous in creatively sharing all her skills and international training, including a prestigious International Beauty Therapy diploma from the Independent Professional Therapists International (IPTI).

The Nisce Signature for Glamour

In keeping with the spirit of providing skin care solutions, the treatment options provided by Nisce are crafted based on the customers' most pressing needs. The numerous treatment options provide a palatable menu to satisfy even the most seasoned and meticulous of skin care customers. Some of the signature treatments worth trying include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Intense Pulse Light for dark sports, patches, and thread veins on the face

• Permanent Hair Reduction for removal of excessive hair

• Multipolar Radio Frequency for facial and body contouring

• Premium Whitening Treatment for improving skin color

• Anti-Aging and Anti-Acne Facials for promoting a youthful glow

• Dr. Roller Microneedling System for scar removal

• Nova Plus CPL for skin rejuvenation

• Diamond Peel to remove dead skin cells and restore skin elasticity

• Whole Body Scrub for evening out skin tone

Nisce also offers a wide range of products with skincare for men and women, make-up, and even insect repellent agents. These products are exclusively available at Nisce Skin 'n Face & Niscenssa Direct Sales, their direct selling arm.

Innovation is Our Middle Name

Since 1987, Nisce has been keen on sustaining innovation in all its endeavors. They constantly update their line of services to introduce the latest and most advanced technologies in the market. The present trend of non-invasive treatment options for aesthetic purposes is embraced. "We harness the latest even in multipolar technology for aesthetic treatment. And all these treatments are supplemented by well-formulated skin care products that have already gained considerable loyalty from our current customers through our direct selling arm, Niscenssa Direct Sales, and also our newly opened online store," said Ms. Nisce.

With solid expertise, affordability, wide range of signature treatments, impressive product line, and penchant for technological advancements, Nisce Skin 'N Face is completely geared up to unleash the glamour in you.

For more information about the Niscenssa products, visit the Niscenssa online store at For updates, follow them on Twitter @Nisceskin and like them on Facebook


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