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Microdermabrasion in Cheltenham

The simplest explanation of how the microdermabrasion process works is that a mechanical abrasive surface is used to smooth out the top layers of the skin. The idea of "sanding" your face may sound unpleasant at first but many people that have undergone the procedure describe it as a painless or even an enjoyable experience. 

Microdermabrasion skin care will strip the outermost dead layer of skin clogging up your pores, revitalising your skin and giving you a beautiful glow. Many different products and treatments use this method, including medical procedures, salon treatments and creams and scrubs that you apply yourself at home. It's usually done to the face, chest, neck, arms or hands. With Microdermabrasion facials available, as well as more medicinal applications to help acne and remove scars, you've no shortage of options from our salons here! 

Other treatments in Cheltenham

From beauty salons to barber shops, cosmetic surgeons to gyms, and tanning salon to spas, Secret Salons has Cheltenham covered. We've found you the list of the best Microdermabrasion salons in Cheltenham. Just give your chosen salon a call or drop in, and book your appointment today. Keep your eyes peeled for special Secret Salons offers the salons may be promoting on their salon pages, and then once you've chosen and had your Cheltenham Microdermabrasion appointment, don't forget to come back and write a review!


Among the myriad of things worth seeing and doing whilst in Cheltenham, a stop at Cheltenham Market is utmost. Featuring an award-winning farmer's market, the market fosters goods grown or produced within thirty miles of the town. Also, available, however, if you care to expand your palette (globally), are a number of international markets. The Everyman Theatre on Regent Street offers terrific opera, drama, comedy, ballet and various other performances. Between its gorgeous Rococo interior and quality regular acts, Cheltenham residents savour this local venue as something quintessentially their own. Also famous in Cheltenham is Wishing Fish Clock, the world's tallest mechanical clock which weighs three tons. Ever year nearly a quarter of a million visitors come to watch its amusing hourly cycle.

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