If the cold, wintry weather is doing your skin no favours, trust us – you’re not alone. With the rush of Christmas over, now’s the perfect time to indulge in a little self-care, so we’ve rounded up our favourite skin therapies to effortlessly restore your face and body.
World-famous facialist Teresa Tarmey offers the TT, her renowned signature facial; powered by cutting edge skin biology, this expert technique has been developed over 45,000 hours of endless experiment and refinement. The standard version includes specialist removal of skin impurities with massage, a Bespoke Lactic Acid Peel, Extractions, Cryo-Ball Sculpting, LED Light Therapy and a ‘Boost, Tone and Renew Massage’. From £129.
The amethyst gel body wrap relaxes and balances the nervous system whilst stimulating circulation, regenerating skin cells and boosting cell growth. This treatment at the luxurious Lanesborough Club & Spa also includes a relaxing face and head massage – perfect for the whole body. From £170.
Therapie Clinic’s Environ Active Vitamin Treatment begins with various stages of cleansing and exfoliation to dissolve pore congestion and prepare the face to receive the vitamins. A creamy clay mask then gently polishes the skin’s surface, leaving it feeling smoother and looking more radiant. A Hyaluronic Acid mask is then applied for 15-20 minutes, and its cooling powers serve to make the skin look brighter while visibly reducing redness and skin imperfections. Finally, a moisturiser and SPF are applied. The result is skin that is glowing. From £120.
The lymphatic system can become sluggish, leading to puffiness, bloating, tired, low immunity, and infections. The perfect solution to this is a lymphatic drainage treatment, helping to unclog pores whilst minimising puffy looking skin. LondonCryo offers a range of lymphatic drainage treatments including Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage, CryoSkin 4.0 Electro-Drainage, and Body Ballancer Lymphatic Drainage. From £75.
Give your hair some self-care with The Oway Treatment at Belgravia’s SMUK. The treatment works by using a single active ingredient to repair damage caused by permanent hair colouring and lightening. Created by scientists, it’s free from silicones, oils, aldehydes and parabens and proven to truly work. From £15.