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A Little Bit Of 'Heaven'

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Gloucestershire was treated to a touch of Hollywood glamour recently when A-list celebrity Beauty Therapist, Deborah Mitchell, visited Le Spa in Cirencester.

Deborah, creator of the ‘Heaven’ brand of products and therapies, and beautician to celebrities such as Emilia Fox and Danni Minogue, visited to personally train Le Spa’s therapists in the application of her products including the world famous Bee Venom Mask.

The mask is used as part of the LIA Therapy treatment, which has been receiving outstanding reviews from customers across the globe, and has quickly earned a reputation as being ‘the natural alternative to Botox’.

Alongside offering customers the full range of Heaven treatments, Le Spa has recently been given exclusive rights to sell Deborah’s range of ‘Heaven’ products in the South West of England.

Linda Lloyd, owner of the 12-room hotel and Spa in Stratton Place, Cirencester said,

“Everyone at Le Spa is delighted to be working with Deborah and her superb Heaven products. We have already had a fantastic response from customers having the LIA Therapy treatment and are looking forward to introducing the ladies of Gloucestershire to more of her very special treatments.”

Commenting on her new business links with the Cirencester based health spa and recent visit to Le Spa Deborah said,

“It’s been wonderful coming here. The girls at Le Spa are superb and already so highly skilled that training them to use my Heaven products has been really easy.

“Working with Le Spa is my dream come true. I love the hotel, it’s exactly the kind of place I would choose to come and stay myself, and many of the treatments they already offer have a natural synergy with my Heaven treatments.”


Deborah is a great fan of Gloucestershire, coming here frequently to visit private clients and she confesses to loving shopping in Cheltenham, particularly Montpellier, having bought her wedding dress here and even having a blind date at the Queen’s Hotel.

When asked what makes the Bee Venom Mask so successful Deborah admits, “there’s a secret ingredient in it and I’m not telling anyone what it is, ever.”