Bloxham based Shared Beauty Secrets has been awarded Cherwell district’s ‘Small Business of the Year’ Award. Shared Beauty Secrets is the exclusive distributor and training company for the popular LAVA SHELLS and Molten Lava Stone Massage within the UK & Ireland as well as the founder of the newly launched kokolokahi massage oils and The Treatment Rooms at Audley St George’s Place in Edgbaston. The company supplies to over 2,000 leading spas and salons and has built a high profile amongst leading celebrities, beauty editors and influencers, including Sir Richard Branson.
The Cherwell Awards, now in its sixth year, serves to showcase and celebrate the excellent business people and organisations in the Cherwell District. Some 30 finalists and their guests attended the award ceremony which took place on Friday 5th May at Heythrop Park in Enstone. Shared Beauty Secrets’ Founder and Director, Clare Anderson accepted her company’s award from sponsor of the Small Business category, The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership.
Commenting on the win, Clare Anderson says “I am absolutely thrilled that we’ve won this award and thank the judges for recognising all the hard work my team and I have put into Shared Beauty Secrets to make it what it is today. Running a business is never easy but you suddenly look back and see how far you have come and the difference you have made. Being recognised in awards like this makes it even more worthwhile and encourages us to continue to strive for excellence in all we do.”
For further information contact Tracey or Nicole at The Spa PR Company
T. 020 7100 7018
Clare Anderson – email@example.com
About Shared Beauty Secrets: Shared Beauty Secrets is the exclusive distributor and training company for the LAVA SHELLS and Molten Lava Stone Massage within UK & Ireland; founder of kokolokahi massage oils and owner of The Treatment Rooms at Audley St George’s in Edgbaston. LAVA SHELLS are the world’s first unique self-heating massage tool – a patented, biodegradable heat technology which is incorporated into the LAVA SHELLS, which then emits heat for over an hour, thus providing a seamless massage of heat and touch. GLACIAL SHELLS are used in conjunction with LAVA SHELLS, a cooling sachet is used within porcelain GLACIAL SHELLS to create a cool massage tool. Molten Lava Stones uses the same technology but in the form of a shiny lava stone. Heated Lava Massage treatments are available in over 2,000 leading salons and spas across the UK and Ireland.