Beauty in the Baltic- Woodlands beauty clinic provides treatments in heart of city centre
A recently opened beauty salon is encouraging city-centre dwellers to ‘express’ themselves this January.
Woodlands Beauty Clinic, located on Jamaica Street, is providing a one-stop beauty pit-stop with its range of timely treatments, ideal for those who are often on the go.
Specialising in shellac, waxing and eyelashes to name a few, the conveniently located salon welcomes professionals, students and local residents alike.
Managing Director of Woodlands Beauty Clinic Alison Stananought said: “Here at Woodlands Beauty Clinic, we understand that time is of the essence and that our customers don’t want to spend hours in the salon. With that in mind, we have devised a carefully crafted range of treatments that offer an ‘instant beauty’ experience and can be undertaken during a lunch break or even before the commute home.
“The up and coming Baltic Triangle’s quirky edge drew us to Jamaica Street, and its central location means that we are located within walking distance to Liverpool ONE and many local universities, as well as being in close proximity to a number of local businesses and residential areas. We wanted to offer something that was completely convenient to the city centre’s 36,000 residents, not to mention professionals and students.”
Woodlands Beauty Clinic, Baltic Triangle offers a range of treatments including manicures, intimate waxing, eyebrow treatments and skin treatments such as facials, microdermabrasion, skin needling and skin peels.
Alison added: “Unlike our sister sites in Aigburth and Woolton, our focus is predominantly on beauty, with salon manager Antonia Zeverona specialising in quick and simple treatments that guarantee that instant ‘wow’ factor.
“For those who enjoy the convenience of our city centre location but wish to experience the aesthetic treatments of our other venues, our esteemed practitioners travel to Jamaica Street to offer services including Botox, lip enhancement and dermal fillers to name a few.”