Fitness & Beauty

7 Ways to Go for a Beauty or Spa Treatment at a Huge Discount Thanks to The Entertainer


Joanne Poh



Pigging out isn’t the only way to treat yourself to the finer things in life. While Singaporeans have been getting fat thanks to The Entertainer’s awesome 1-for-1 deals at restaurants all over the island, the mobile app has something for those who are more concerned about enjoying some of life’s other sensory pleasures.

If checking into a spa where your body can be fawned over by attentive staff is just as appealing to you as sitting down to a great meal, you can do both with your Entertainer subscription!

Here are seven ways you can pamper yourself at half price.

Get your nails done

There is something ridiculously luxurious about paying someone to do your nails for you—a service that’s totally non-essential and renders you completely unable to do any sort of manual labour. With The Entertainer, you and a friend get to enjoy a gelish manicure and pedicure at Nail Culture for about $85 in all, which works out to $42.50 per person.

Get a haircut and blowdry

Sick of getting your hair done at QB Hairhouse and coming out with the same hairstyle you’ve had since you were 12? Treat yourself to a haircut and blowdry at a fancy salon at half price, thanks to The Entertainer.

Hit up Little 2 Bosses, an Orchard Road salon and hair spa that uses luxury Italian and Japanese products. With The Entertainer, you and a friend can enjoy a wash, cut and blow-dry there for about $43, which works out to only $21.50 per person—that’s the price of a cut at an HDB salon.

Enjoy a luxurious antioxidant facial

When you think of facials, excruciating pimple extractions come to mind. Well, that doesn’t have to be the case if you get your facial at a luxury spa where comfort is key. Australian brand Jurlique is one of those brands that’s got a firm fanbase in Singapore, and they’ve got their own spa right here. Use The Entertainer to enjoy their luxurious 90 minute marine antioxidant facial at Nature’s Spa by Jurlique for about $120 per person instead of $240.

Enjoy a massage

One of the most effective ways to knock yourself out after a stressful day at work, other than dousing yourself in alcohol, is to go for a good massage. Instead of hopping across the Causeway to Johor Bahru, head to The Tamarind Spa instead. With The Entertainer, you and a friend will be able to enjoy a Balinese massage at half price for $79 each.

Bust cellulite

In Singapore’s sweltering weather, you see lots of people walking around in butt-cheek baring shorts. Well, if you’ve got cellulite, you might have stared wistfully at these nubile young things and wished you could dress as they do. Or not. Either way, you might be interested in trying Mary Chia’s invigorating cellulite buster. This treatment, which usually costs about $280, will be half price if you have a subscription to The Entertainer and can find a similar cellulite-dimpled friend to join you for your treatment.

Professional makeup session

Who’s got time to watch countless YouTube videos by makeup gurus? Not you! If you’ve got a wedding or company D&D to attend and your own makeup skills are only fit for Halloween, book yourself a full makeup appointment at Immortelle Atelier, where a professional will transform your face, hopefully for the better. Fake eyelashes are included. When you go with a friend and use The Entertainer, you pay just $30 per person.

Go for a body scrub

While most people head to spas for massages, a body scrub is a different kind of treat. Not only do you enjoy some of the comforts of a massage as your therapist scrubs and rubs, you’ll also emerge from the session with insanely soft skin. Head to Masego The Safari Spa at SAFRA Jurong, where you and a friend can enjoy a 30 minute body scrub for just $21 each with your Entertainer subscription.

Don’t have a subscription to The Entertainer yet? Get yours on this site and get a massive discount if you sign up by 28 February!

What is your favourite type of beauty/spa treatment? Tell us in the comments!

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Joanne Poh

In my previous life, I was a property lawyer who spent most of my time struggling to get out of bed or stuck in peak hour traffic. These days, as a freelance commercial writer, I work in bed, on the beach, in parks and at cafes, all while being really frugal. I like helping other people save money so they can stop living lives they don't like.