Mother’s Day Gift
Give Mum the treat of great skin and pampering with a Bellaza Gift Voucher.
Whether it’s your mum, wife, sister or Grandma - a gift voucher for Bellaza is always welcome. Give the gift of great skin, tanning, massages and more - the Mum is your life deserves the treat!
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Bellaza Beauty Clinic
Ranelagh, Dublin 6.
“Our philosophy is rooted in the belief that glowing, bright skin is the key to looking great at any and every age. “
I.T.E.C. B.A.B.T.A.C. C.I.D.E.S.C.O. S.A.C.
We're not just a beauty clinic. With great care and non-invasive treatments, we will make you feel wonderful!
Led by Sue Machesney (RTÉ and TV3), the Bellaza team will listen to you and your skin concerns. Taking into account all your requirements, we recommend the right treatment or create a tailor-made package that will have your skin glowing. Our long list of returning clients (some for over 20 years!) is a huge source of pride for the team at Bellaza and ensuring our customers get honest advice and are satisfied with the treatments is our number one priority.
Sue has had rave reviews for her treatments in all the top glossy magazines, from Image to the Sunday Independent’s Life supplement, and has contributed to TV programmes such as The Afternoon Show, Xposé and TV3’s Ireland AM.
The LA Facial
The year round Facial.
Microdermabrasion (soft-grade), Galvanic Treatment, LED Light.
Free Skin Consultation and bespoke skin treatments.
At Bellaza we pride ourselves on finding the right treatment for your needs. If you are unsure what treatments are best suited to your skin needs, please call us for a free skin consultation.
To make an appointment or for a free skin consultation,
please phone: 01 - 496 34 84
"Ever wondered how some of Ireland's most high-profile party gals manage to look so good...Well, it's down to a fantastic facialist - Sue Machesney at Bellaza Beauty Clinic, who uses state-of-the-art technology and ingredients."
— Triona McCarthy, Sunday Independent