Target Clinics now offer cosmetic consultations

The Minneapolis-based discount retail giant is now offering consultations for Latisse; Vaniqa, used for unwanted facial hair; and a treatment for hyperpigmentation of the skin at its network of in-store clinics, the Pioneer Press reports. The move is an attempt to offset the seasonal cycles when it's not cold and flu season.
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The Minneapolis-based discount retail giant is now offering consultations for Latisse; Vaniqa, used for unwanted facial hair; and a treatment for hyperpigmentation of the skin at its network of in-store clinics, the Pioneer Press reports. The move is an attempt to offset the seasonal cycles when it's not cold and flu season.

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