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Aenie Wong, RëJeune IpohRëJeune, a leading entrepreneur in the beauty industry, gathered in Syeun Hotel recently, for an exhibition cum celebratory dinner.

Running on the theme “When We Work Together to Create Perfection for You”, the glittering evening complete with a red carpet and backdrop for the VIPs to add their signatures during the opening ceremony, was aimed to help one look great from top to toe. After a video presentation depicting the RëJeune brand story, models showcased the works of Wars SB Salon & Academy, Artistic Makeup Academy, LCH Photography, Jolie D Beauty Eyelash & Brow and Lester Yim Couture.

Ipoh Echo had an exclusive one-on-one with Aenie Wong, popular Malaysian television actress who was appointed as the ambassador of RëJeune four years ago.

Aenie, a fan of the RëJeune Meridian beauty concept, enthused, “My hectic schedule playing a heavy role during filming of  ‘The Undercover’  really affected my sleeping quality as I had insomnia. However, right after the Meridian body treatment which makes use of magnetic tools on acupuncture points to promote blood circulation, I slept soundly!”

“It helps me to stay beautiful from the inside out. The concept is, if we take care of our inner health, it will help you achieve that naturally glowing skin,” the KL girl explained.

“Besides my sleep quality, my make-up artist noticed that make-up stays better on my skin. My mother also observed the changes in me and that led her to try the treatment with equally positive results!” the amiable Aenie said.

“Since I am getting married next year, I am focusing on taking care of my womb and the RëJeune Woman cream is perfect for me. While everyone is looking for fast results which don’t last, RëJeune insists on the most natural way to stay beautiful for a longer term,” she concluded.

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Present were Grace Cheah, director of E Rejuvenation Sdn Bhd, Edison Chan, head of Penang franchise and Michelle Tan, head of Johor franchise.

“RëJeune has been established in Malaysia for about eight years. Thus, we always come up with promotional events to let more people know how RëJeune stands out from the rest,” Michelle Tan highlighted.

“RëJeune is not just a traditional beauty centre as we focus more on health. As we become healthy, we will gain beauty,” Edison added.

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The night culminated in the announcement of the top three winners of the 21-day slimming challenge which used RëJeune’s latest technology, far infrared, to reduce toxins from the body. The Ipoh winners were Kyla Wong, Teh Shu Tien and Kang Cheng Lian. Grand champion walked off with prizes worth RM25,470, the 1st runner-up received RM11,580 and 2nd runner-up RM4480.

Interested readers can visit RëJeune located at 1 Jalan Medan Ipoh Bistari 1b/1, Medan Ipoh Bistari, 31400 Ipoh or call 05 545 2293.

Mei Kuan

 

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Tan Mei Kuan

Tan Mei Kuan graduated with first-class honours and book prize from University of Malaya majoring in languages and linguistics (English). She is proficient in both written and spoken English and Malay. She is also conversant in Mandarin and has knowledge of Japanese and Korean languages. Mei Kuan has been on the Dean’s List for three years running. Having written for the campus newspaper and residential college magazine, joining Ipoh Echo has helped utilise her writing and language skills. In her spare time she enjoys running (races).

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