Fiona Brackenbury leaves Decléor to set up skincare and spa consultancy business

Skin expert Fiona Brackenbury is leaving Decléor and Carita after 21 years. She will leave L’Oréal Group on October 2 to launch her own skincare and spa consultancy business. 

Her consultancy business will provide business development and management, sales and retail training, skin education, product development, treatment design, and coaching and mentoring services to beauty brands and individuals. 

After working her way up through the ranks at Decléor, Brackenbury most recently served as global education director, since November 2018. Notable achievements include creating the formula for the brand’s best-selling cleanser worldwide and designing signature essential oil-based treatments for luxury spas around the world. 

Brackenbury was also heavily involved in the brand’s development across sales, marketing and education, and has presented on home shopping channel QVC – a popular sales platform for Decléor – since 2001. 

Don't miss our video with Brackenbury, which explains how to offer truly personalised treatments in your salon or spa, and read her top advice on treating different skin conditions with essential oils.