Friday, 10 June 2016

Balance Me Facialists

Hi All!

Embrace their wellbeing roots, British-made, gorgeous skincare brand Balance Me has launched a signature facial to showcase their beautiful products. Skin is dealt with on an individual bespoke basis, and needs are addressed using smoothing fruit acid exfoliation followed by sculpting, radiance boosting massage techniques drawn from facial rejuvenation and acupressure, a collagen-boosting mask plus a layer of hyaluronic acid. The hour-long treatment is suitable for all skin types and ages and delivers excellent long-lasting results and a sense of wellbeing and rejuvenation.

Here's the fun part:

They're recruiting self-employed/freelance/private therapists with their own spaces to do the treatments.

The requirements are a minimum 3 years’ experience as a beauty therapist/facialist with own home, mobile or salon practice. You will need to be BTEC/CIBTAC qualified or equivalent. And fully insured (obvs).
All successful applicants will be required to attend a one day Balance Me training in London.

If you are interested in any further information and would like to apply you can email here. You need to send in your CV, proof of qualifications and two references, but they can answer any questions you may have in the first instance.


  1. Please could you make a post on essentials for summer skincare essentials, and things to change up, cause its differs from a persons regular winter skin regimen. Thank you for your time ! Love the blog !

  2. Hi Caroline, are you going to post more face mask posts?

  3. Caroline, could you please do a post on Vitamin C serums. There is so much confusion on which ones are effective and stable. I'm just finishing up my Skinceuticals Ferulic and its almost orange. I don't even know if I should be using it. Thanks so much. Love the box!

  4. I am no beauty therapist, but can I sign up as guinea pig? I would love to offer my face for training purposes, it sounds lush.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

  5. Hey... I don't know if I missed it if you've already done a review but would love to know what you think of the new Sunday Riley tidal enzyme cream??!! Please :-) I won't buy anything without your approval!

  6. Dear Caroline
    I was wondering if you had a favorite cream to use on your childrens eczema? My daughter is 6months old and i finding it hard to know what not to put on her. Im using erbaviva baby cream at the moment but its not heavy enough. The doctor recomended a cream but it had dymetachone in it. Love to know your suggestions.
    kind regards

  7. Have you ever reviewed beautycounter products? If so, could you direct me as to where to find it? If not, I would love to see what your thoights/opinions are. My main question is what you think of parabens,sulfates and the like. You are fabulous!

    1. She hasn't. But generally you can use the search bar on top of the blog :)

  8. sorry, not post related, but would you tell us ( what your essentials for vacations are skincarewise? especially if you can't just bring everything with you, what items have to come with you? multitasking products? and, very important: is there a good alternative to cloths? they are too high maintenane for light travelling as you have to let them dry and need a fresh one for every day...
    thank you!!

  9. Live for their pure skin face wash, nothing I've tried has been so calming and effective


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