Welcome to Amanda Smith Beauty
The best way to achieve younger, better looking skin without cosmetic surgery
Indulge in the many treatments and therapies at the Amanda Smith Beauty salon. The salon, which is located in a converted barn with easy access and plenty of parking, offers an array of treatments ranging from massages, reflexology through to facials, waxing and eyebrow tinting. Peruse the full list of treatments from the menu above, if you're looking for some advice on which treatment is best for you, then please feel free to submit an enquiry on our contact form and I'll be happy to help.
Here is a little more about me and my salon...
I have great pride in introducing all my treatments and therapies at the salon. I have been qualified since 1996 and slowly evolved my practice from beauty to a much more holistic approach. Whether it is a manicure, pedicure or pregnancy massage that you want to book, you will get much more than just the procedure. I aim to balance, rejuvenate or soothe throughout each and every session you book, I promise. If I don't need the lights on for waxing or tinting, they will be turned down low, a gentle glow in the room. The warm blanket on the massage bed, to soften tense muscles and to aid your pampering.
If you book a facial, I will soften fine lines and wrinkles, help create calm to sensitive skin, or plump up. If you're pregnant, I can offer aromatherapy, or reflexology. I have been really effective in the past at relaxing those pesky aching backs and balancing raging pregnancy hormones.
I am based in a stunning thatched roof barn, on a tranquil farm in Wrentham. I service Reydon, Southwold, Lowestoft and Beccles. I have a few clients travel as far as Caister to come to visit monthly
To treat the whole you - whole-listically. We look at nutritional, emotional and physical balancing to create a stronger, more energised you.
The Training School
This salon is also used as a training centre, to view all the courses available, please visit School of Beauty Training Courses and Coaching.