SKINWORK Arrives at Soho Farmhouse

SKINWORK facial treatment

Soho Farmhouse, Soho House’s beloved members’ club, has partnered with SKINWORK to bring the British skincare brand’s award-winning facial treatments to the Oxfordshire countryside.

Launching on March 3rd, SKINWORK at Soho Farmhouse promises to deliver the same effective technology, potent ingredients, and timeless techniques that clients experience at the brand’s flagship location in Soho, London.

‘We’re delighted to collaborate with Soho Farmhouse this Spring and bring our bespoke SKINWORK treatments and expertise to anyone who’s looking for real results and real relaxation!” said SKINWORK Founder Eilidh Smith.

The new partnership will introduce four of the bestselling SKINWORK treatments to the Cotswolds retreat:

  • City Cleanse (65mins) – The antidote for the toll city living takes on your skin, for a fresher, clearer, plumper more radiant complexion.
  • Clean + Contour (65mins) – The perfect pre-party treatment to deliver visible radiance and sculpting, with no downtime.
  • Skin Fix (50mins) – The ultimate quick skin-fix facial for a clear, glowing complexion.
  • Pro.Glow (80mins) – Transform tired, congested, dull skin for a brighter, calmer, more even-toned, lifted and glowing complexion.

Each bespoke treatment promises to visibly improve common skin concerns and correct damage caused by a busy life, bringing health and radiance back to overworked skin.

To complement the new treatments, Soho Farmhouse will stock HOMEWORK, SKINWORK’s at-home collection designed to keep skin strong, healthy, and glowing between treatments.

SKINWORK at Soho Farmhouse launches 3rd March 2024 and treatments are available to book online now at SKINWORK Soho Farmhouse.

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