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Wednesday Wellbeing

July 10, 2010


A seriously feel-good skincare range, available at Liberty and Harvey Nichols. Their lovely creams, scrubs, body washes, shampoos and candles are entirely natural and handmade with lovely British-grown things such as comfrey, walnut shell, clary sage, bilberries and cowley spring water. They’re also free from anything artificial and haven’t been tested on bunnies. Yay! Advertisements

Wellbeing Wednesday

June 3, 2010


Pukka Herbs Used this for the last six months and it has done wonders for my skin – far less spots and the congested bit of my chin (not quite like the M25 but similar) disappeared completely. It’s also great for your digestion, making you feel less bloated and gives you more energy. They cost […]

Home House, W1H

February 23, 2010


Facial Acupuncture I had this facial treatment in a candle-lit room treatment room in the basement of members club, Home House. Therapist Annee de Mamiel – who treats patients either at Home House or Sloane Square – was professional, and clearly an expert. She asked me questions about my daily life,habits and personality. Then got […]

Innersound, W1G

February 10, 2010


Qui Acupressure Qui is a Chinese acupressure treatment that claims to treat chronic fatigue, low energy, muscular pain, stress and insomnia. Location on Harley Street means the focus is on medical benefits rather than spa luxury. Treatment is intense, and not for everyone. Starts with an long handholding experience, where your therapist tells you all your ailments […]