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Top spa treatments for pre-party pampering

Christmas parties are back in full swing this year, and we’re in the mood to dress up and feel fab. If you’re anything like us, then half the fun go going out is in the prep work - getting ready, taking the time for self-care and stepping out with a little extra confidence. Here are some of our top recommended spa treatments for pre-party pampering.

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James Harknett Tanning spa treatments, Away Spa at W London

From the GQ Award winning artist, James Harknett, comes this luxurious 30-minute spray tan treatment. Harknett launched his service 10 years ago at the Away Spa W London after perfecting his craft working with the some of the top tanning brands around the world. It gives you a uniquely tailored experience, selecting the perfect shade to suit your skin tone and any upcoming event.

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Neal’s Yard Remedies at The Shard

Aromatherapy Massage by Neals Yard Remedies, Shangri-La The Shard - London

Working in partnership with Neal’s Yard Remedies, this personalised massage is taken sky high (literally), which gives it a whole new level of wow factor. Experience it in a spa suite with views of the city from the height of the clouds - it’s like being in another world. It’s a beautiful massage where consultants use a tailor-made blend of 100% organic Neal’s Yard Remedies essential oils so you feel the physical benefits of massage, but your senses are also awakened through the power of aromatherapy.

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Face lift in an Hour, Away Spa at W London

From former dancer Su-man and her eponymous, pioneering skincare brand, experience the legendary Su-man’s Signature Facial. It blends Su-man’s unique expertise in dance, Shiatsu, Pilates and oriental facial massage. The powerful revitalising treatment is beloved by beauty editors, celebrities and legions of fans around the world, who hail is as a ‘facelift in an hour’ and ‘the natural alternative to Botox’.

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W Spa London

Meridian Flow Golden Ritual, The Westin London City

Over 90 minutes of bliss, the Meridian Flow Golden Ritual is a luxurious face treatment plumps the skin, promotes skin vitality, defines, sculpts and lifts the skin. Gold coated micro-magnets are carefully applied to the acupressure points and meridians of the face to stimulate tissue activity, increase micro-circulation and oxygenation, reduce the depth of wrinkles, plump the skin and encourage the flow of Qi. It’s the perfect way to feel your best before an event or an evening out.

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Gaiyoga lifting facial, Gaia Spa at Boringdon Hall

It’s exercise, but for your face - from Gaia. Using a stimulating workout for the face with a combination of advanced lifting massage technique, lymphatic drainage and the power of nature this facial spa treatment increases muscle tone and volume so the skin becomes tauter with more definition and exceptional results.

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The Westin London City

Heavenly Empress, The Westin London City

A series of treatments at Heavenly Spa at The Westin London City, run together for 165 minutes of therapy, the Heavenly Empress treatments start with a relaxing foot ritual followed by the luxurious, smoothing full body exfoliation and silk wrap. Finish with the Royal jelly face and back ritual, which includes a soothing back massage with semi-precious stones of Obsidian and Onyx to harness wellbeing and allow the body to unwind, and strengthening Royal Jelly Facial.

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