Little Company Byron Bay


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    I have never had a treatment quite like my facial experience at the Little Company in Byron Bay.  Little Company founder Stacey Burt has created a space to pause, reset, nourish your living skin.

    Tucked away in Brigantine Street Byron Bay you will find Little Company.  As I stepped inside I was greeted with a friendly smile, a calming minimalist design, and dreamy scents.

    Little Company is a contemporary skin and wellness space dedicated to living skin, who have just opened their second holistic studio in Byron Bay.

    Offering a selection of skincare treatments, facials and Lightroom therapy in a sustainable space, LTCO treatments are infused with their ‘living skin’ philosophy; pairing carefully curated natural products with modern and traditional techniques.

    d48D3rMAThe treatment rooms are just as calming and warm and again smelt divine.     The beds are comfy and as I slipped under the covers I felt everything outside fade away. Emily is magic as she cleanses and massages my tired weary skin.

    We chat about my skin care, or in my case lack of it.  She suggested the Bio white peel with Vitamin B infusion for brightening and texture and the skin juice rubber mask to cool and hydrate.   Between treatments was a sensory journey that relaxed me to the core. Absolute bliss.  A bit over an hour had slipped away in the blink of an eye and I was a bit reluctant to leave.

    There is a lot of knowledge and love in this space.

    Word and photo – Lisa Gough –

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