Red carpet beauty treatment in Stanford Bridge
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Hair and beauty entrepreneur brings a bit of Hollywood glamour to Mill Farm
Hair and beauty entrepreneur Hazel Marsh is celebrating the launch of a new anti-ageing treatment, which coincides with her salon’s second year of opening.
Mrs Marsh’s company The Snug, located at Mill Farm, Stanford Bridge, is set amidst a courtyard of small businesses including a farm shop, tea rooms, vintage garden shop, butchers and smokery. The rural complex has evolved into a destination ‘barn yard’ servicing the local community and beyond.
The BeautyLab Dual Anti-ageing System, designed for the stars of the red carpet, offers an alternative to expensive cosmetic surgery, and is exclusive to the region as it is only currently available in London and North America.
The system uses microcurrents to lift and firm facial muscles, and pulsed Oxygen to infuse active peptides to reach the deeper layers of the epidermis. It is also used to try and improve skin-tone and texture, reduce fine lines, wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles as well as brightening the complexion.
The treatment has received several endorsements from prominent fashion and beauty magazine editors, including Marie Claire’s Cassie Steer and Carly Hobbs from Fabulous magazine.
Mrs Marsh said: “The treatment is a real innovation and what makes it even more exciting is that it is available here in Worcestershire. It’s revolutionary in as much as you don’t have to invest time and money in travelling to London to visit an expensive clinic nor do you have to book an appointment in Harley Street with a reputable plastic surgeon. It’s fabulous in a way that treatments exclusive to London and Hollywood are here in rural Stanford Bridge at a fraction of the cost.
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“I think people would be surprised what a little emporium of treasures we have at Mill Farm with the tea shop and other attractions. it’s well worth a visit and it makes a nice relaxing retreat for those who hanker after the peace and tranquillity of the countryside but want to experience a bit of City-salon celebrity pampering.”
For further information, visit The Snug:
Or call: 01886 853296