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Good facials in London

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spanishring Thu 23-May-13 19:38:29

Does anyone have any recommendations for a good facialist in London. I need someone who will do a really good job of extraction so I'm looking for a person rather than a brand IYSWIM

MrsBertMacklin Thu 23-May-13 20:02:34

Any of the small, longstanding team at Vaishaly! They kick arse where extraction is concerned.

spanishring Thu 23-May-13 20:43:34

Oh yes! I'll give them a go. Thanks

cockatoo Thu 23-May-13 23:30:53

£250 for a 55min facial at Vaishaly!!! Seriously? Must be some hell of a facial!

spanishring Thu 23-May-13 23:35:36

Oh maybe not then!

babybarrister Fri 24-May-13 07:17:07

Bliss - also v good but v expensive

McNally Fri 24-May-13 07:43:47

£250 is for a facial with Vaishaly. Her team are less expensive. Can recommend Angela. Amazing and lovely.

spanishring Sun 26-May-13 10:38:59

Ok thanks McNally. In reflection I have often paid £60 for mediocre facials so what's another £40?! if its amazing! How often do you go?

polyhymnia Sun 26-May-13 13:02:09

I second Bliss -very good.

Have been to Vaishaly herself once and was not hugely impressed, particularly for the price. (Used to go to a fabulous woman on Paris in the days when I could afford it and she was much better though equally expensive).

santamarianovella Sun 26-May-13 14:40:11

I highly recommend elmis ,I love going there ,great facials ,I usually get a combined package of face and body,reasonably priced compared to bliss.

polyhymnia Sun 26-May-13 15:40:22

yes, if you mean the Elemis spa just off Bond St that's an old favourite of mine too.

santamarianovella Sun 26-May-13 15:57:37

yes poly,thats the one,its the best in my opinion.tried space nk,and was not that impressed.

McNally Sun 26-May-13 19:40:16

I used to go to Angela at Vaishaly every six weeks or so (had awful skin for a while so considered it an investment). Haven't been since having DD but would love to go back. Hope you enjoy it!

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