As winter sets in, treat yourself to some pampering with these Belgravia brands. Words by Cally Squires.
Belgravia resident Francesca Barrow has launched her own beauty line of fragranced vegan hair oils (£65).
The debut collection of CHES Editions includes mandarin and jasmine-scented Edition 29.
Meanwhile Edition 11 is for men with bergamot, cedar and neroli.
The oils scent hair beautifully.
Plus they contain a blend of pure and essential oils for keeping hair shiny and hydrated.
See the website for details: www.cheseditions.com
Queen of green
Super-facialist Tata Harper has introduced her cult skincare to the Lanesborough Club and Spa.
The hotel now stocks the brand’s at-home range, including the new supernaturals collection.
Tata has also added four new rituals to the luxury spa’s menu.
So this makes the hotel the first place in the UK to offer her sought-after treatments.
The sculpt and design facial (£195 for 75 minutes) is a signature.
It incorporates a clever cupping device to give skin an extra, natural lift.
Foot care products from legendary expert Margaret Dabbs are now available to buy at Issy’s salon in Belgravia.
Issy’s recently reopened after closing briefly for an end-of-summer makeover.
The new-look salon is also offering pedicures using Margaret Dabbs products.
This is for those who prefer a bit of pampering rather than a DIY job!
Nail bar London Grace is going all out on the Christmas cheer for customers getting manipedis this December.
The salon will be serving a special cocktail menu with sloe royales, mistletoe margaritas and merry mochas with a kahlua kick.
For stocking fillers, the limited-edition Gin-gle All the Way set (£25) includes a mini Hayman’s sloe gin along with two party polish shades.