Bryndwr's favourite Beauty Salon for Peel Treatments and Facials!
Leave the salon with a confidence boost with facials including micro needling, microdermabrasion, dermaplaning and chemical peels near Bryndwr
Lovoir Beauty Salon & Day Spa
Lovoir Beauty Salon & Day Spa
Experience the difference with the highest rated salon in Christchurch
Our most loved facials
O Cosmedics Chemical Peel | $145.00
PRIN Lymphatic Therapy Facial | from $180.00
Vitamin Infusion Facial | $149.00
Janesce Holistic Facials | from $85.00
Dermaplaning Facial | $125.00
Deep Cleansing Enzyme Facial | $130.00
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Which Facial suits you?
Janesce Relaxation Facials
Busy people often need an extra boost of hydration. If sensitivity is one of the issues that causes breakouts or skin irritations this facial will be perfect for you! We can calm any redness while we nourish with organic ingredients like plants oils and herbal tinctures to give your mind some space from its day long work load.
O Cosmedics Peels
An O Cosmedics Dermal Planning Peel helps you regain skin youth, health and radiance. With more than 30 different peel variation, your treatment is tailored to meet the needs of your unique skin requirements.
Skin Therapy Facials
Hydrate, stimulate and rejuvenate your skin with Facial Treatments as unique as you. Hydrating Infusion, Healing LED Light Therapy, Cooling Cryotherapy, Fuzz Eradicating Dermaplaning and Exfoliating Microdermabrasion ensure every skin concern is taken care of!
Hundreds of happy clients trust the beauty therapists at Lovoir Skin Body & Beauty as their go-to beauty spa near Bryndwr for ALL of their Facial treatments!
Rated Number One For Facials In Christchurch And The Following Suburbs:
About Bryndwr, Christchurch
Bryndwr, a suburb located in the north-west region of Christchurch, New Zealand. Its name literally means “hillside by water” and was probably named after the slopes that run alongside the Waimairi and Wairarapa streams. This suburb is also one of few in New Zealand to have a Welsh name. Charles Alured Jeffreys, Machynlleth (Wales) gave it this name. After Thomas Parr, his father-in law, gave him 100 acres of land in 1851, he began farming this area. The land was further divided in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. The subdivision included the land that was once the Bateman farm on Greers Road. It extended north from Wairakei Road and Memorial Avenue to the Greer homestead, built in 1878.
At the 2018 New Zealand census, Bryndwr was home to 9,288 people. According to the 2006 census Bryndwr had a slightly more diverse population than the Canterbury region average. There are higher proportions of Asian, Middle Eastern, and Pacific ethnicity in Bryndwr, as well as a higher percentage of people who were born abroad and those who speak a second languages.
Bryndwr is an older suburb with well-established cultural, sporting, and commercial facilities. There are two supermarkets and a Council Service Centre.
Fendalton Village and Elmwood Village are some of the most popular shopping areas in the area. Jellie Park and Edgar Macintosh Park are some of the most prominent parks in the region.
Bryndwr has many schools. These include Wairakei School and Allenvale School. St. Patrick’s School is also nearby. All of these schools are coeducational. The suburb also prioritizes elderly housing, and care. Residents over 60 can find a variety of privately-owned rental properties in Bryndwr, as well retirement villages and residential areas.
Many waterways running through Bryndwr are tributaries of the Avon River. These waterways include Dudley Creek and Wai iti Stream. There are also several churches that cater to different faiths such as Anglican, Catholic, Baptist, Methodist and Anglican.