Mobile beautician from Sandy crowned best in Bedfordshire

14 April, 2017 - 16:55
Sandy beautician Joanne Treverton has been named the best in Bedfordshire. Picture: Courtesy of Joanne Treverton

Sandy beautician Joanne Treverton has been named the best in Bedfordshire. Picture: Courtesy of Joanne Treverton


A beautician from Sandy is feeling just peachy after client power won her an industry award.

Jo Treverton, who runs mobile pampering service Peachers & Cream Beauty, came up trumps in an online award competition.

She was crowned best mobile beautician in Bedfordshire 2017 in’s first National Pampering Awards on Friday last week.

Jo said: “I’m so pleased that my clients took the trouble to vote for me and wrote some outstanding reviews. I love helping them look and feel great, and I’m really touched that they’ve shown their appreciation in this way.”

The award comes just a year after Jo, a qualified beauty and massage therapist, turned her beauty service full-time, having been running it on a part-time basis since 2011 alongside a managerial office job.

Of choosing between her ‘real’ and ‘second’ job, she said: “It was scary, but I relished the challenge so I took the plunge. It’s all worth it – boosting my clients’ confidence is better than any desk job.”

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