Carley Harrison is a cutting edge aesthetician and wellness mentor.

Specializing in truly bespoke facials and treatments, Carley works with a salubrious approach to obtain the best results for her clients. Hugely popular are her Vitamin Facials and Kinesiology treatments. Facials incorporate the Environ Ionzyme DF machine, which fast-tracks active ingredients into the deeper layers of the skin, Collagen Stimulation Therapy (skin needling) which taps into the skins own regenerative potential by stimulating growth factors which boost collagen. Photizo red light therapy with its range of benefits rejuvenate and heal, and award-winning skincare lines Environ and iS Clinical containing potent vitamins and proven botanicals, deliver impressive age defying results.  Breathable make up ranges Jane Iredale and Oxygenetix are used in clinic and along with Environ and iS Clinical available as retail. Carley is affiliated with Epigenetics International and includes their test kits and supplements in her Kinesiology sessions. They are the leading UK supplier of pure organic and pesticide free products containing no binders or fillers that hinder absorption in the body.  All treatments are complemented by nutritional advice, cranial techniques and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) to create harmony and encourage positive change. These techniques assist to correct imbalances, enabling glowing skin and wellness to come from within.


Carley Harrison is listed in London’s Top Ten Facialists in the Evening Standard by Alice Holland (Beauty Editor).

“Carley is the beauty world’s best kept secret. With over a decade in the industry and trained at the prestigious Stellenbosch Academy in South Africa, Harrison specialises in holistic skin care. Once you have entered her space, you’ll be reluctant to leave. Her clients demand results and value privacy. Harrison’s scrupulous attention to clients’ individual skin types is what makes her facials so in demand. Her client list is confidential; word of mouth has kept her diary full for years.”