Magnolia – Centre for Health and Wellbeing located at 44 Victoria Gardens, Neath SA11 3BH, UK

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Sophie Milano

5 Google Rating

Always have a lovely experience at Magnolia, therapists are so friendly and welcoming. Treatments ar

5/ 5

Always have a lovely experience at Magnolia, therapists are so friendly and welcoming. Treatments are amazing.

Angela Wilson

5 Google Rating

Had my nails done with the amazing Jessica! Love them, a lovely relaxed atmosphere, a true pamper.

5/ 5

Had my nails done with the amazing Jessica! Love them, a lovely relaxed atmosphere, a true pamper.

KIM TALBOT

5 Google Rating

Oh my word, how much have I missed this beautiful restful place, these lovely people and a chance to

5/ 5

Oh my word, how much have I missed this beautiful restful place, these lovely people and a chance today to meet a brand new hugely talented and charismatic therapist Ellen, their resident lash specialist who has given me my eyelashes back! Such care and attention to detail, even though this was the 1st time I had ever had this treatment, I felt 100% cared for and 100% safe. Thankyou Ellen and huge congratulations Selena and Hannah Booth for making light work of all the covid restrictions. The 1st place I have visited since lockdown that made me feel cared for and yet not restricted.

Shan Rees

5 Google Rating

Wide range of therapys on offer. Very welcoming.

5/ 5

Wide range of therapys on offer. Very welcoming.

Jones Family

5 Google Rating

Came in today to have eye lashes with gemma. I absoultly love them. They look so natrual and can not

5/ 5

Came in today to have eye lashes with gemma. I absoultly love them. They look so natrual and can not feel them at all. 5 star service 5 star result.

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