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Mother’s Day beauty treatments

Splash out and spoil mum this Mother’s Day with one of these brilliant beauty treatments

By Miriam Bouteba
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Exotic beauty with the Omorovicza pop-up

Hotels Park Lane

Popping up in the Four Seasons for a couple of weeks, Budapest-based beauty brand Omorovicza has teamed up with Chelsea Physic Garden to create the ultimate relaxation room. Based in the already-swish spa on the 10th floor – boasting the sort of views that being that high up will offer – you can treat your mama to a fantastic facial. It involves ‘Hungarian Moor Mud’, a rose-scented gold mask, white truffle enzymes and a facial massage – basically all the things needed to wipe off the years of stress you’ve inflicted on her.

Until Sunday April 2, 10am-5pm. £50. See www.omorovicza.com for details.

The works from ESPA Life at Corinthia

Shopping Whitehall

Just up the road from Larry the Cat’s pad (Number 10) is one of our city’s smartest hotels, complete with a beautifully peaceful spa. And it’s offering the mother of all pamper packages: first up is either a 60-minute massage or facial, then a manicure or pedicure, before a Daniel Galvin blow dry. Once the sprucing is complete, a champagne lunch will be served in the spa lounge. And… relax.

£255. Available daily throughout March. See www.espalifeatcorinthia.com for details.

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Jurlique, Mother's Day, beauty treatments
Jurlique, Mother's Day, beauty treatments

Fizz and facials with Jurlique

On usually-not-very-relaxing-at-all Oxford Street, Aussie beauty brand Jurlique is offering a mother and daughter pampering package. After greeting you at the store in the best way – with a glass of pink fizz – beauty experts will give you a skin consultation. You and your mum will then be whisked away to the treatment room for rose facials, followed by hand and foot rituals – which will leave you ready to pound the pavement together. It’s £40 to book but that’s redeemable against their lovely skincare range. 

489 Oxford St, W1C 2AU. Until Sun March 26. See www.jurlique.co.uk for details.

Help her put her feet up with Margaret Dabbs

Health and beauty Nail salons Soho

Mums spend a lot of their time on their feet (most of it because they’re running after brats like you). So get her to take a load off – while saying thank you (and sorry) – at Marylebone’s Margaret Dabbs clinic. The podiatrist will spend 45 minutes overhauling ma’s feet with a medical pedicure. But as this is London and it’s not quite sandal weather, her hands will also be made beautiful with a supreme manicure, in which her nails will be reconditioned, her hands hydrated and her talons polished. All this comes with a glass of champs, natch.

7 New Cavendish St, W1G 8UU. £135. See www.margaretdabbs.co.uk for details.

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Elizabeth Arden, beauty treatments, mother's day, 2017, gifts
Elizabeth Arden, beauty treatments, mother's day, 2017, gifts

Speed-sprucing at Elizabeth Arden

If you’re planning a full day of activities with your mum, mooching round the shops and galleries, before dinner and the theatre, then you may not have time for a full-on pamper sesh. Happily, Elizabeth Arden has pioneered a 15-minute service and it’s available across the capital at all their counters. ‘Tone It Up Town’ involves micro-current technology to tone and lift the skin, followed by  hydrating advanced ceramide capsules. At £15, it’s a bargain, but even that’s redeemable against a purchase so your mum can walk off with a lipgloss, too.

Various locations. See www.elizabetharden.co.uk for details.

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