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THE SPA AT BROWN’S HOTEL in Albemarle Street has linked up with Warminster Maltings in Wiltshire to create a range of treatments using Britain’s Maris Otter barley and British beers taken from the beer list at the hotel’s restaurant HIX Mayfair. The list includes the Pale Ale Pedicure (90 minutes), using


refreshing citrusy Hooky Gold Ale from Oxfordshire; Honey and Barley Facial (75 minutes), during which guests are offered a glass of St Austell Tribute ale and a barley snack; and the Blissful Barley Body Wrap (90 minutes) – again, including a British beer and barley snack. Brown’s general manager Stuart Johnson said: “Since beer is our national drink, we were interested in looking at how else we could back British produce, while giving customers something supremely different.” To book a treatment, call 0800 988 4040.


Recipes for relaxation


FRAGRANCES AND BEAUTY TREATMENTS ARE INCREASINGLY TURNING TO FOOD INGREDIENTS FOR INSPIRATION. HERE’S OUR PICK OF THE BUNCH


JO MALONE’S new Blackberry & Bay collection is inspired by childhood memories of blackberry picking, stained lips and sticky palms. Tart blackberry juice and grapefruit are blended with bay and softened with delicate flowers on a base of vetiver and cedarwood. Priced from £30 and available from the Jo Malone store at 23 Brook


Street, the collection includes cologne, body cream, body and hand wash and a home candle.


THE SPA at the Four Seasons Hotel in Park Lane offers a green coffee and chili re-sculpting detoxifying treatment (£110 for 50 minutes).


The duo massage treatment by The Organic Pharmacy incorporates therapeutic techniques that reduce bloating and stimulate the flow of lymph and microcirculation. Fat burning coffee and thermogenic (heat- stimulating) chili oil target problem areas such as thighs, waist, tummy and bottom. Re-sculpting body gel made of mountain ash, linseed and fig cools the skin while improving circulation and diminishing the appearance of cellulite. To book, call 020 7499 0888.


THE ELEMIS DAY-SPA in Lancashire Court offers a coconut rub and milk ritual wrap or float (£75 for 50 minutes) that is designed to polish and nourish the skin. Warmed milk bath is drizzled over your entire body, after which you’ll be treated to a Balinese coconut scrub.


HEALTH & BEAUTY: Selma Day selma@pubbiz.com


IF YOU LOVE the scent of freshly harvested tomatoes, Illuminum’s Tomato Leaf perfume is just the thing for you. It also contains notes of carrot seed, osmanthus and freesia. Priced at £150 for 100ml, you’ll find it at the Illuminum perfume lounge at 41/42 Dover Street.


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