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New Stortford skincare

PUBLISHED: 18:13 08 June 2015

CURA Apothecary

CURA Apothecary

Robert Mills Photography

A new beauty boutique with a focus on natural products has opened in Bishop’s Stortford

A Hatfield Heath mum who turned to natural foods and skincare while she was pregnant and then discovered there was nowhere nearby to buy them has opened a business in Bishop’s Stortford to plug the gap.

CURA apothecary (pictured) is the brainchild of Jessica Parker-Palmiero, a former pupil of St Edmunds College and London College of Fashion student who has also now trained as a facialist.

The shop stocks top chemical-free skincare brands and is opening a treatment room this month offering bespoke facials. An online store opens in August.


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