John Lewis to offer aesthetic treatments via national partnership with Cavendish Clinic
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, The Cavendish Clinic will be providing selected aesthetic and beauty treatments within clinic settings in John Lewis stores across the UK.
Following a pilot that saw Cavendish Clinics launch in five John Lewis stores in 2021, the collaboration has now been extended and will be launching across further stores across the nation over the coming year, providing visitors to the clinics with expert skincare, facials and advanced aesthetic treatments with qualified practitioners.
Treatments available within the clinics will include cosmeceutical-led skincare, HydraFacial treatments for face, body, and scalp, laser hair removal, and CoolSculpting and emsculpt body-shaping treatments.
Those aged 25 and older are able to book consultation sessions with a practitioner for both dermal filler and anti-wrinkle treatments, both of which will be administered by doctors.
John Lewis's head of beauty Jason Wilary-Attew said, “We know there’s increasing awareness and demand among consumers for advanced beauty treatments and after careful consideration, we were keen to collaborate with a trusted, medical clinic brand which would deliver this service.
“In the last two years, we’ve seen an at-home beauty tech boom and launched our first ever beauty tech department with LED light masks and facial toning devices. Our collaboration with the Cavendish Clinic is an acceleration of these services, where customers can visit a clinic in selected John Lewis stores to experience Cavendishbespoke skincare plans and consultations.”
Cavendish Clinic's co-founder Dr Matt James added, “We are delighted to be partnering with John Lewis on this exciting journey. We are fully aligned on our beliefs and values about providing the highest quality treatments in an ethical, medically-led environment and we look forward to helping consumers discover more about advanced skin, beauty and wellbeing treatments and decide what is right for them.”
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