Welcome to Rani Mirza Knightsbridge
Manchester-born Rani Mirza has been based in London for over thirty years providing a wide range of facial and body treatments. Her eponymous salon is in Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge. This exclusive address has seen many celebrities come to Rani to experience her ‘healing hands’. She is more than just a therapist as each treatment is tailored to the needs of the individual client.
Clients such as supermodel Naomi Campbell, actresses Gillian Anderson, Danni Minogue and Anna Friel, fashion designer Suzanne Clements and beauty directors from magazines such as Tatler, Instyle, Vogue and Now have all benefited from Rani’s deft touch.
Rani provides a professional service to all her clients and looks forward to welcoming you to enjoy her relaxing and enjoyable treatments at her tranquil salon.
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A skin analysis to diagnose your skin type and condition is carried out on the day. With expert Knowledge and understanding your therapist will choose a treatment be it Cryo-Derm, Micro-Dermabrasion, Oxygen, LED light treatment, a Glycolic, or her royal Royce of facials the Red-carpet or the Palme d’Or lifting toning facial! You can be sure you will be given the best treatment suitable for your skin needs! Your therapist will choose a treatment plan and select appropriate products from the ranges of Yonka or Teoxane skin care to suit your individual skin type.
Rani also provides other services be it from waxing, threading or body wraps for slimming and cellulite reduction or exfoliating and resurfacing body treatments to leave your skin soft, smooth and nourished.
Each treatment is designed to reveal your beauty at every stage of life. We invite you to come and experience a personalised facial or body treatment at Rani Mirza Beauty Salon and experience the difference.
Know your skin
The first rule in beauty is that to achieve the perfect makeup look, it’s all about the skin beneath. Without clean, healthy and well-nourished skin, the best makeup in the world won’t sit quite right.