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Are you looking for a professional, experienced, and caring therapist?

At face2face Beauty & Therapeutic massage, time is given to understand each client’s needs. Jo’s aim is for your treatment time to truly be your time!

Bespoke facials, for all ages from teens upwards, are a special focus.

A personalised approach ensures more effective results for clients. Jo’s light and airy salon, with a cosy and welcoming log burner, provides a calm and peaceful space, for you to relax and enjoy your chosen treatment.

Located in Church Crookham, Hampshire offering varied treatments, competitively priced with off-road parking.

Face2Face Beauty Salon

Face2Face Beauty Salon

Face2Face Beauty Salon

Nicolea Lea

I have just had one of the best facials at Face to Face Beauty.

I chose a MicroDermabrasion with light therapy - amazing. The treatment involved the Dermabrasion, the light therapy (with hand massage while it was on) and then a masque and neck and shoulder massage.

I left feeling a new woman!

And my skin was smoother, brighter and it felt renewed. 

I can thoroughly recommend this facial and I will be booking in for another one ahead of the festivities.

Nicola Lea, Farnham

Claire Kennan

I've been going to Jo for about 18 months now to treat acne and acne-related scarring with microdermabrasion facials and now LED light.

I've had a couple of blue LED light sessions and it has made such a difference to my skin - reducing the size and darkness of old acne scars.

I would recommend it to anyone. Such a lovely salon and Jo is so friendly and knowledgeable.

Claire Kennan, Fleet

Sylvie Potts

Wow, another new fabulous treatment from Jo. This time I had a neck and face Gua Sha massage. Such a relaxing massage, I was so spaced out. It was good that Jo sat me up on a chair to finish the treatment off with a more invigorating massage on the shoulders and neck to ground me and make me safe to drive home. 

I am always intrigued by what new treatment Jo will introduce me to. 

I shall be back.

Sylvie Potts