Luxe London Shop Offers Spa Treatments

Spa fans should make a point to visit The Liberty London this winter. The store's Carnaby Building has been extended to offer three brand new treatment rooms. Guests can unwind with a nourishing facial, candlelit massage or bespoke skin treatment. Among the therapies:

The Aveda Treatment Room
After a consultation, Aveda experts will design a facial treatment that includes personalized products, essential oil aromas and facial techniques which restore balance in the skin. Tip: Try Aveda's alternative to micro-dermabrasion, the Skin Resurfacing Facial. This is an intense focus on exfoliation that will result in smoother skin, fewer lines and wrinkles and decreased pore size.

Guests can also try an Express Waxing which uses all of Aveda’s skincare products, for a quick and easy treatment, or kick back for the Relaxing Waxing. After a light massage to stimulate the nerve endings you can enjoy the Sensory Journey which uses Aveda’s personalized singular note oils for a more pain free experience.

Best of all, manicures and pedicures will be available from March.

The Dermalogica Treatment Room
Each treatment begins with an in-depth consultation with one of the Dermalogica expert skin therapists. Their Face Mapping skin analysis technique means that every inch of the patient's skin is methodically analyzed. You'll also be able to keep up the good work at home with a bespoke regime.

The Liberty and Queen Mary Treatment Room
This room hosts pop-up spas for "cult brands" each week. Eve Lom, Omorovicza, Dr Sebagh and Anne Semonin will be joining the therapy room, where you can unwind with a cutting-edge facial and ultra-indulgent treats in a sumptuous and calming setting.
 
The store is located at Regent Street, with the main entrance on Great Marlborough Street.

Learn more at www.liberty.co.uk.
 

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