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been caning it of late and thus thought we’d check our stressed out skin in for a facial and, where better than The House of Rush, given that we’d recently had our mop cut at Rush in Kings Cross.

House of Rush is the groups flagship salon located slap bang in Piccadilly Circus, so it’s perfect for workers who need a quick fix during lunch hour. The spa rooms are upstairs, far enough away from the madness outside so that you can fully relax and forget all about your one hour lunch deadline.

We had a deep cleansing facial because that’s what we needed given weeks of booze, rich food and traveling. The products used were Elemis – thumbs up – and after an hour of steaming, extracting, exfoliating and moisturising we were all set to go. Granted we looked a little inflamed and blotchy but the next day we’re happy to say our skin was looking brighter and clearer. What’s more we were only a little late back from lunch.

60 minute facials cost from £65 but if you book quick sharp new customers can score 25% off. BONUS

200 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HU