Euphoria 1

Set up by Lady Jacqueline Thomson and Carole Langton, Euphoria 1 uses the skincare products and treatments developed by Tracey Malone.

Interiors were designed by Langton Interiors and Sandy Ortman at architect Weldon Walsh, with graphics by Trigger. The salon is aimed at everybody – a complete cross section. As a one-stop spa, it offers fake tanning, eyelash tinting, manicures, facials, semi-permanent make-up, acupuncture and chiropody, but no hair dressing. Euphoria 1 attracts young women and retired Chelsea ladies, as well as men. ‘We wanted something clean and clinical and different,’ says Thomson of the interior design. Glass and chrome steel are used on the ground floor, while the stairs have a bamboo flooring. There are six nail stations in the basement and two pedicure rooms. The 22-strong own-brand product range is sold in the shop, by mail order and over the website. A Christmas bath oil range is being developed in glass bottles. There are plans to open new sites in London in the new year.

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