From laser facials to yoga in the Yards, we round up the latest health and beauty news from Belgravia. Words by Cally Squires.

 

 

Teresa Tarmey

Expert facialist Teresa Tarmey has officially opened her new salon on Motcomb Street.

The space, which was previously home to the Daily Dress Edit pop-up at number 6-7, now offers treatments like laser facials, LED light therapy and radio frequency body sculpting.

Also on sale are Teresa’s own brand of skincare products, from a lactic acid serum (£38) to the 12-week at-home treatment regime (£350).

For more information visit: teresatarmey.com

Kalmar

Belgravia resident and founder of resortwear line Kalmar, Karen Ruimy, has added to the brand with the launch of Kalmar Beauty.

The range, which includes candles, bath oil, body lotion and shower cream, is centred on the feelings of joy, love and calm.

Prices start from £35.

Visit: kalmarlifestyle.com

Issy’s reopens

Issy’s hair salon on Elizabeth Street has undergone a makeover of its own, and it’s been business as usual since it reopened in September.

Along with the more contemporary design and refreshed space, regular customers can still find the same friendly stylists, colourists and ecofriendly Davines hair products on sale. 

For more information, visit: issyshair.co.uk

Yoga in the Yards

Yogis flocked to Eccleston Yards this summer for a series of al fresco yoga events, held in the public courtyard space.

Keeping it local, classes were led by Phoebe Greenacre, co-founder of Belgravia-based luxury activewear brand Silou London.

For more about Eccleston Yards events visit:  mayfairandbelgravia.com/eccleston-yards