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New facial treatments launched by ever-expanding Cheltenham beauty salon

A leading Cheltenham hair and beauty salon has branched into facial rejuvenation with the launch of a new range of treatments.

Blushes Hair and Beauty have launched Blushes Aesthetics using the skills of Dr Aislinn Watkins, a qualified practitioner in facial aesthetics.

Dr Watkins qualified as a dentist from the University of Bristol before training in Facial Aesthetics at Harley Street in London.

"We've seen more and more clients talking to us about refreshing their entire look which is why we decided to launch Blushes Aesthetics," said Dom Blake, Managing Director at Blushes Hair and Beauty.

"Helping our clients feel good about themselves is something that we've always been passionate about, so we're thrilled to be able to offer this new clinic at our Cheltenham salon."

As a medical practitioner, Dr Watkins' main focus is patient care. Her ethical approach has earned her a loyal client base.

reatments will include facial enhancers, wrinkle relaxants and medical skin care with world-renowned ZO Skin Health.

She said: "I pride myself on achieving a natural look, enhancing features rather than altering them. My goal is to for my clients' friends to comment on how well they look - not ask if they've had anything done.

"As dramatic as it may sound, the work I carry out can be life changing, I've had clients tell me that they've never felt so confident or happy.

"It's so rewarding pleasing patients and boosting their confidence."

Clients will receive a bespoke 30-minute consultation followed by a 30 minute tailored treatment.

The new clinic will also offer HydraFacials, a specialised treatment carried out by the Blushes beauty team.

Mary Clay, Skincare Specialist at Blushes Aesthetics, said: "We're so excited to introduce this new treatment - everyone who has tried it absolutely loves it."

Blushes Hair and Beauty employ 80 people across their branches in Cheltenham, Nailsworth and Worcester.

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