Riccarton's favourite Clinic for Peels, Facials & Acne Treatments!
We have a wide range of facial treatments, skin advice and much more for Riccarton residents! From anti-aging microneedling treatments and chemical peels to hydrating and soothing relaxation facials we can help you achieve your desired goals. Book today with us in order experience the best services available near you.
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
These facials are so relaxing that your mind will immediately start to drift off into a state of tranquility. If you need relaxation and hydration this is the treatment for you. Organic and plant based tinctures work wonders if you have sensitive skin!
O Cosmedics Peels
If your focussed on skin health and radiance, over 30 peel combinations makes this treatment tailored to your skin specific needs. All skin concerns and worries can be addressed with these highly customiseable treatments.
Skin Therapy Facials
Revive, hydrate and stimulate your skin with Facials that cover every facet of skin concerns. Healing LED Light Therapy, Hydrating Infusion, Cooling Cryotherapy, Fuzz Eradicating Dermaplaning & Skin Buffing Microdermabrasion target it all!
With Lovoir Skin Body & Beauty, you always get the best of everything! Hundreds of happy clients trust us as their preferred beauty spa near Riccarton for all of their skin treatments and facials.
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About Riccarton, Christchurch
Riccarton is a suburb in Christchurch. It lies due west of the city center, separated by Hagley Park. Upper Riccarton lies to the west.
Jane Deans commissioned Riccarton House in 1855. Along with the Gebbies, the Mansons and the Deans brothers, the Deans brothers were the second group to settle in Christchurch. They also occupied the same spot as the first group that settled in 1843. Their original cottage, which was moved twice from its original location, is still on the grounds. Riccarton House now serves as a restaurant and function center, and hosts regular tours.
Riccarton Bush is located adjacent to Riccarton House, also known as Deans Bush. It is one of four remaining remnants of the original forest which covered the Canterbury plains. These trees escaped the massive fires that devastated the province during the period of the moa hunter. The history of New Zealand entomology has been shaped by Riccarton Bush. Riccarton Bush was the first to collect and name a number of native insects.
One of New Zealand’s most haunted hotels is the Riccarton Racecourse Hotel. The ghost of Donald Fraser, a former licensee, is believed to be walking the halls of the Riccarton Racecourse Hotel looking for his killer.
Antonio Hall can be found on Riccarton Road. It is a large property that has 279 rooms. Once described as “one the finest in Christchurch and surrounding areas”, it has been neglected despite being listed with Heritage New Zealand as a Category II property. A fire that was started by a 14-year-old boy in July 2019 destroyed 30% of the building.
Riccarton also houses Westfield Riccarton which is approximately 54,000 sq. m. and one of New Zealand’s largest shopping malls.
Statistics New Zealand has divided Riccarton into five statistical areas. Statistics New Zealand has divided Riccarton into five statistical areas. Four are predominantly residential and Riccarton Central the commercial area. At the 2018 New Zealand census, the population in the residential areas (Mona Vale Riccarton West Riccarton South Riccarton East) was 9,198. Riccarton Central also includes Westfield Riccarton, and the commercial area of Mandeville Street. At the 2018 New Zealand census, it had 51 residents. Riccarton is a suburb of Christchurch that has the highest cultural diversity.