- Treat your loved ones, whenever and wherever
- Let others choose what suits them best
- Save it for a special occasion
Shopping for someone else but not sure what they might like?
Give them the gift of gorgeous healthy skin. The Sachi Skin Gift Card is delivered via email with instructions on how to redeem and never expires, making it an easy gifting choice.
Family, friends, and anyone you care about.
Our gift cards are instantly redeemable after purchase and have no additional processing fees. Simply decide on the amount and we'll do the rest! Gift cards are sent to your email address with a code and instructions on how to redeem at checkout.
“Many of you have sent us emails wanting to gift Sachi Skincare to friends and family especially after you experience the results for yourself but are sometimes left undecided when it comes to gifting skincare and knowing what someone might like or need. So we have created gift cards to help you along the way!"
How it works
1. Add your gift card to the shopping cart and proceed to checkout.
2. A unique code for the Sachi Skin Gift Card will be emailed to you.
3. Forward the email to your friend or loved one.
How do I purchase Sachi Skin Gift Cards?
You can purchase Sachi Skin Gift Cards online via our website.
Are there any fees associated with the Sachi Skin Gift Card?
No. You will only be charged the amount mentioned on the Sachi E-Gift Card.
Can I change the value of a Sachi Skin Gift Card after I have paid for it?
Unfortunately, the value of the Sachi E-Gift Card cannot be changed once the purchase is made.
Can I schedule the delivery date of the Sachi Skin Gift Card?
Unfortunately, no. You may forward the gift card to your recipient at any day and time of your choosing.
Does the Sachi Skin Gift Card expire?
They do not expire and are valid only at sachiskin.com
Can the Sachi Skin Gift Card be used to pay for shipping and taxes?
Yes, gift cards are applied to the final order which includes shipping and taxes.
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Bozoma Saint John