If the bleak winter days are wearing you down, booking some me-time in one of Wimbledon’s luxury spas or beauty salons could be just the thing to help you through.

Spa Wimbledon

Whether the busy festive season has left you in need of relaxation or your winter skin deserves a facial treat, a good spa is the perfect environment to recuperate. We’ve pulled together a selection of Wimbledon day spas and therapy centres. So, read on for a lush and lovely way to rejuvenate both mind and body.

spa LONDON

Based inside Wimbledon’s beautifully-restored, historic leisure centre, spa LONDON promises affordable luxury from a unique setting.

Wimbledon leisure centre spa has, as its centrepiece, a thermal spa experience, located in the building’s converted bath house. Step inside to sample traditional thermal therapies in the aroma steam room, sauna and ice fountain. There are Hammam benches with foot spas and a hydrotherapy pool, as well as monsoon shower, bucket shower and relaxation lounge.

Alongside, the thermal spa experience, you can choose from more than 50 health, beauty and relaxation treatments, with products from leading brands.

Thai Spa Boutique

Thai Spa Boutique, based in Wimbledon Park, offers a variety of treatments to help you feel totally relaxed and utterly gorgeous. Pick from Swedish, hot stone and traditional Thai massage. Beauty treatments offered including waxing, manicures and pedicures, as well as body scrubs and facials.

The spa’s signature organic products are hand blended from garden ingredients. It also prides itself on excellent customer service and a welcoming environment, ensuring you’ll leave feeling thoroughly pampered.

Nakedhealth MEDISPA

Nakedhealth MEDISPA bills itself as the place where beauty and clinical therapies meet. The clinic’s team includes a plastic surgeon, working alongside nurses and beauty therapists. Together they offer a comprehensive range of treatments and therapies – from manicures and lash tints to Botox and face lifts.  You can find it on Coombe Lane, SW20.

Neom Organics treatment rooms

You might have already sampled Neom Organics’ award-winning fragrances and candles from its Wimbledon Village store, but did you know Neom also offers a range of wellbeing therapies? Drawing on techniques including meditation, shiatsu, Thai massage, and reflexology, Neom’s treatment options promise to help you to de-stress or sleep better. There’s an energising therapy, complete with Neom body scrub and a happiness treatment that begins with a mediation too.  Complimentary wellbeing classes are also available.

Gina Conway Wimbledon

Gina Conway salon, Wimbledon offers a full range of Aveda body treatments, such as luxurious exfoliating scrubs and hydrating wraps. There are massages aimed at combatting stress and balancing your chakras, as well as hot stone and Thai treatments. Murad and Aveda facials are also on offer, from this town centre location.

illumin8beauty

Illumin8 claims to be the only luxury beauty salon in Wimbledon Village. It offers massages including aromatherapy, deep tissue, Swedish and Indian head massage and a range of bespoke facials. There’s a wide selection of beauty treatments too, including waxing, tanning, professional makeovers and specialist treatments for teens aged 13 to 17.

If you’re looking to move to Wimbledon area in 2019, our long-establishment Wimbledon Village office has unrivalled knowledge of residential and commercial properties in the area. Please do get in touch to talk about the stunning properties that we currently have available.

About the author

Nicolas Holmes

Nick joined Robert Holmes to inject fresh ideas and help grow the New Homes department of Robert Holmes as well as helping to inject technology into the business and to grow its client base. Together with one of the Directors Nick is in charge of all Development opportunities that Robert Holmes deals with along with sales. Aged 40, he provides succession together with the two existing directors. Nick has always been focused on building client relationships and sales. He built up his own gallery in Chelsea, where he had a loyal following of customers and artists.

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