The Belmore Centre celebrates
PUBLISHED: 12:53 23 April 2014 | UPDATED: 12:55 23 April 2014
The Belmore Centre in Stoke Mandeville is celebrating its 15th Anniversary at the Ranch House by launching Express Treatments Room.
To mark the anniversary, over the weekend of 26/27 April, clients will be offered Bucks Fizz, and canapés and as well as mini pampers and several discounts. In addition the new Express Treatments Room will be launched to offer shorter but fantastic treatments for those who are time-short but beauty/ grooming-keen.
Managing Director Caron Vetter believes this will be a strong selling point: “These days, our schedules are so jam packed that we often have clients asking for a quick treatment during their lunch break or in between meetings. It also means that we can offer a lower priced range of treatments, which we think will appeal to our teenage clientele, too. In addition, the room is on the ground floor allowing better access for our disabled clients.”
Caron, nominated as one of three finalists for the Buckinghamshire Business Awards 2014, has over three decades experience in the industry. She says: “We have had a really good year and continually have a loyal and growing client base. Winter was a busy period for us as clients wanted cheering up throughout the dreary months. But now as we move towards spring and summer we expect to see a sharp increase in the number of people booking in for waxing, pedicures and hair appointments. Being a finalist for the Buckinghamshire Business Awards 2014 is the icing on the cake!”
The salon has recently launched several new treatments including chromatherapy, a relaxing procedure that uses light and colour therapy to improve the appearance of the skin. The Belmore Centre is also launching HD Brows, CACI facials, Pumpkin Peels, LVL lashes, Derma Visage Microdermabrasion and a Diamond Peel Hand Treatment in April to celebrate their anniversary.
The Belmore Centre has also announced their charity of the year is Cancer Research UK (www.cancerresearchuk.org) for which they hope to raise £1000.