Real Beauty, Innovation & Women Empowerment by Guinot




(Lahore) – On 8th March 2022, Guinot Institute Lahore celebrated International Women’s Day by hosting an intimate soiree for an exclusive group of guests at their recently opened skin salon and spa in Y-Block DHA 3, Lahore. As a skincare brand that is committed to providing non-invasive beauty treatments, the team at Guinot took this opportunity to #breakthebias against beauty standards by deconstructing preconceived notions of beauty and discovering how embracing your real beauty can be empowering. “As a woman, embracing your real beauty means believing in yourself. When you believe in yourself, you can trust and believe in others as well” said renowned publicist, Seyham Vahidy.

Guinot’s beauty philosophy has long been that of using non-invasive methods to restore your natural skin than to alter its appearance through more extensive means. Whether its their popular Hydradermie facials, or the equally popular TechniSpa® Slimming treatments, Guinot’s reputation for providing lasting results without a nip and tuck precedes it. “Skins come in such a wonderful array of colors and textures, each one as unique as the next” said Peng Qureshi, Head Trainer for Guinot Pakistan. “Seeking professional expertise and making a commitment to skin health will really bring out your true beauty. When you look good and feel good in your own skin, you will have the confidence to conquer the world”

Having been a staple in high-end salons across the country for more than a decade, Guinot has carved out a niche for itself in the Pakistani skin and beauty industry. It now has two successfully running salons; one in Karachi and the other in Lahore. International Trainer for Guinot, Sandrine Carlize, was the guest of honor at the meet and greet event. It was a great opportunity for the list of attendees to learn more about the brand and its commitment to skin health, and experience their professionalism and expertise first-hand through skin consultations and a tour of the Institute; while also commemorating International Women’s Day