We’re lucky enough to work with some very inspiring therapists at Skinbase, and Lucy Wright from Georgia’s beauty is exactly that. A mobile therapist, Lucy named her business after her late daughter Georgia, who passed away from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). She continues to raise awareness for the charity through her work. Have a read of the blog to see the type of treatments Lucy offers and read more about her business story…
When did you qualify as a beauty therapist?
I qualified as a beauty therapist in 2010.
Tell us a little more about Georgia’s Beauty:
Since 2010, I have gone on to run a very successful mobile business which I named after my late daughter Georgia hence: Georgia’s Beauty. This also enables me to then raise awareness of what Georgia died from, which I promised her I would do. Please visit www.jtsma.org.uk – details of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). As well as microdermabrasion, I also took training in lash extensions, spray tanning and gel colour training with NSI and OPI however now, I only offer shellac as a nail treatment.
Why did you choose the PAYG machine from Skinbase and why microdermabrasion as a treatment for clients?
I chose microdermabrasion to offer my clients as the ageing skin problem was being talked about a lot. I had heard wonderful reviews about SkinBase and looking into it further realised ‘pay as you go’ was a fantastic way to go forward and I haven’t looked back!! My clients regularly ask me for a flawless look and mostly I work with clients who want to achieve a younger looking complexion. My ladies all say how easier their makeup goes on.
What else does Georgia’s beauty offer clients?
I also offer waxing, shellac, lash extensions, lash tints facials, manicures and pedicures. Also, I host pamper parties which have been particularly popular from pampered princesses (5-6yrs) to mum to be parties, hen parties, birthdays and just a girly night in!
How can people get in touch with you?
My website is www.georgiasbeauty.co.uk my mobile number is 07881502425.
A huge thank to Lucy for sharing her business story with us. Anyone wishing to support Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) can visit their website at www.jtsma.org.uk.