Pretty Special Beauty

PUBLISHED: 16:37 19 August 2013 | UPDATED: 11:38 15 May 2015

Pretty Special Beauty

Pretty Special Beauty


Pretty Special Beauty offers a wide range of treatments to help you look, and feel, your best.

Offering a wide selection of treatments for eyes, feet and hands, plus luxurious massages, teeth-whitening, botox, make-up and pamper me packages, there’s something for everyone at the salon, based in Allenton, near Derby.


Define your eyes with an eyebrow wax and shape or eyelash tinting, and create a fuller look without the need for mascara by choosing false eyelashes.


To revitalise tired hands, Pretty Special Beauty offers a Simple File and Polish, a Spa Manicure - including a relaxing hand and arm massage with heated mitts - or an Express Manicure with essential oils and vitamin E to condition, energise and refresh your skin. Nail enhancements - including bio-sculpture gel nails - are also available.


Treat your feet with an Express Pedicure using marine botanicals and sea salts to leave your feet feeling energised and revitalised.


If you suffer with congestion, then the Purifying Back Treatment is for you, and mothers-to-be will love the pampering package available for pregnant ladies. It includes a relaxing back, neck and shoulder massage, a Dermalogica express facial, and a hands and feet massage that relieves aches, pains and fluid retention.


The hair removal treatments available at the salon can last from four to six weeks and leave skin feeling soft and smooth, while ensuring that hair becomes finer over time. If a special occasion is around the corner and you’re hoping to lose a few inches, try the Universal Contour Body Wrap. It detoxifies the body, exfoliates and cleanses the skin and tightens loose tissue, improving the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks.


Tempting choices for men include back and chest waxing, a nail tidy, hot stones massage or a Dermalogica facial.



868 Osmaston Road

Allenton Derby DE24 9AB


T: 01332 200626



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