Calmingales Beauty salon in Yattendon is now based at a new and refurbished premises.
The business, which started six years ago as the Adam & Eve Hair Salon, has seen its clientele grow to the point that it needed an expansion into new premises (formerly The Wine Man).
The salon continues to specialise in CACI non-surgical face lifts for both men and women, microdermabrasion and skin calm treatment using red and blue LED light therapy for those with more problematic skin.
“Our aim remains the same as it has always been; to create a spa like experience in a private, calm and relaxing setting,” said owner, Gemma Waller, who trained at The London School of Beauty.
“The feedback so far has been very positive and with our four treatment rooms, we are excited about the future.
The salon welcomed customers for its opening ceremony on November 17, 2022, serving drinks and mince pies over the course of the evening.
“Our opening event went really well,” she added.
“We also provide our popular range of relaxing and skin enhancing decleor facials, along with an array of massage treatments to ease those tense areas or just to help you relax and unwind.
“Of course, we continue to offer all our usual beauty maintenance treatments including regular and gel manicures and pedicures, waxing, tinting and much more.
“Calmingales can also create individual, bespoke treatment packages for you or a small group.
“We look forward to welcoming you soon at our new location at Unit 12 in Home Farm Industrial Estate, Yattendon.”
The new salon also has free customer parking.
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