There were just a few things that we noticed weren't quite up to the standard we would expect with such a expensive facial, if we were a paying customer. Where Mum was laying, looking up to the ceiling there was a nail hanging out of the light and a hole next to the light fitting which is what Mum was looking up at throughout the whole facial so it would be better if they fixed that. Also, the gadget Chelsea used on Mum's face hadn't been charged overnight and the wire was hanging down by Mum's feet so it was being quite slow.
Whilst Mum was having the facial, I read through the price list but it didn't seem to make sense as the products Chelsea used were in the £150 facial and then some were in the £1,000 facial so I'm not sure if anyone would actually go for the £1,000 facial (actually two facials at £500 each) as the products used are very similar to the cheaper options. Overall, Mum really enjoyed her facial and it did leave her skin feeling nice and glowy but based on the overall experience, it didn't feel like it was entirely worth the price tag. I think if you charge that much for a facial, the whole experience has to be worth the money. If you have the money to spend, definitely visit as Chelsea was lovely, the products were nice and the facial was nice too however it wouldn't be something Mum would be willing to pay that much for. We did feed this back to the store and they were really grateful to know where they could improve which was nice to hear!
Thank you to Chelsea and the team at Trésor Rare for the facial!
Would you ever pay £150 - £1,000 for a facial?
*My Mum was very kindly given a complimentary facial however all opinions are her own, my own and 100% honest.