London is one of the busiest, most exciting cities in the world, with incredible examples of everything from theatre to finance. One of the wonderful side effects for the people that live here is that all the people who come to London to sign deals, star in plays and pursue the opportunities the city offers support a whole range of additional businesses that spring up in their wake. Michelin starred restaurants, unique boutiques and incredible beauticians are spread throughout the city ad today we’re putting the beauty businesses of West London under the spot light, so you know exactly where to go when you need pampering.
Whether you’re concerned about skin hyperpigmentation, or want to get some wrinkles seen to, you need some experts in Aesthetic Medicine. The Skin Clinic Ealing is in one of West London’s leafy, relaxed boroughs and is just what you need when you’re looking for experts in IPL, laser hair removal or treatments for Rosacea.
If you’re a resident of Ealing, this is a convenient location for you, but it’s also worth the trip from across South and West London if you want your looking for skin treatments.
If you feel like you really need a bit tender loving care, West London has more than a few options to let you lie back and relax, and take in some pampering beauty treatments that will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
If you have the budget for luxury, Ushvani should be top of your list. Located behind fashionable Sloane Square, Ushavani is decorate with dark wood panels and marble highlights. You’re completely taken care of from the moment you arrive: bags and coats are discretely whisked out of site for the duration of your stay while you enjoy a regime of rejuvenating, Asian inflected treatments. You can even book a private room if you want to enjoy your spa experience with a small group and no interruptions from the outside world.
If you don’t quite have that budget to spend, and you’re looking for a more traditional spa experience you need to make a beeline for Bayswater and the Porchester Spa. Refurbished in 2006 with new tiling and ventilation, the building is a 1929 masterpiece and monument to the Edwardian Age. A non member’s entry cost £30 and gets you access to the sauna, two steam rooms, a cold plunge pool, a full swimming pool (subject to classes and activities) and a relaxation area to while out the long hours of a Sunday.
You can pay extra to build your own programme of relaxing beauty treatments on top of these facilities but for many the chance to steam away in the sauna between lengths of the pool will be more than enough.