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My name is Rebecca.

Beke (pronounced bk) Skincare is set in a white garden in  the grounds of a converted Chapel. Beke is a Hungarian word meaning peace…This is what you are promised when you visit.

The white garden resembles peace,calm and tranquility.The motif the maple leaf resembles our skin ,bodies and minds ever changing through the seasons of life.

I look forward to caring for you and offering you peace and tranquility

Rebecca Clevett

Recent Testimonials

  • I love going to Beke's. It is an oasis of calm and tranquility on these dull, muddy winter days. From the moment I step in I am transported to an altogether softer, warmer and more glamorous world, pity I ever have to leave and get back to reality"

  • Beke a peaceful haven in Capel where you will receive individual beauty treatments in a tranquil setting.

    Sue Partridge
    Sue Partridge
  • Having been a client of Beccy's/Beke for many years I can highly recommend a visit to her salon. Beccy's service is always friendly and relaxed yet professional. I always leave her salon feeling thoroughly pampered.

  • Whatever sort of day I’ve had, I leave Beke feeling relaxed and refreshed. The summer house is elegant and very chilled out. Beccy is an excellent beautician – quietly friendly, always happy to advise, never pushy, never rushed. Being the only customer makes every appointment feel like a special treat. Highly recommended!


Frequently Asked Questions

Is it ok to exfoliate sensitive/sensitized skin?

Only your professional skin therapist can determine if exfoliation is right for your skin condition through a complete Face Mapping skin analysis.

More than likely, gentle exfoliation will be beneficial to the health of skin.

What is an ingrown hair?

Ingrown hairs (Pseudofolliculitis barbae) appear on skin when hair is cut, and the hair grows back in at an improper angle.

The process of cutting the end of the hair shaft through shaving can force hair back into its follicle, or even cause hair to double over on itself, re-entering the same follicle and growing inward instead of exiting the surface. The hair shaft can also grow and enter another follicle.

The body recognizes this ingrown hair as a foreign body (similar to the way it would a splinter), and triggers an inflammatory response that includes redness, pain, and a raised area that resembles a pimple that can fill with pus.

Will a professional skin treatment really help with my shaving concerns?


A professional skin therapist can deliver a treatment to help minimize irritation, redness, ingrown hairs, and razor burn associated with shaving. He or she can also help control oily shine or dryness, and even provide tips on how to shave, which will help you manage and control shaving concerns. Lastly, a professional skin therapist can prescribe a customized shaving regimen to minimize nicks, cuts, redness and irritation while protecting skin from dryness and skin-aging UV light.

Why does my Speed Mapping skin analysis prescribe a moisturizer?

Oily skin requires protection and hydration as much as any other skin condition.

If you attempt to “dry out” skin by not moisturizing after cleansing, your sebaceous glands will produce even more oil to compensate. Applying an oil-free moisturizer after cleansing can help control oil production.

In addition, those with oily skin can still have dehydrated skin, considering dehydrated skin is caused by a lack of water, not a lack of oil. Proper hydration will help maintain water levels in skin.

Does tanning help clear oily skin and breakouts?

Hear this loud and clear: tanning is never good for skin!

Baking in the sun to clear breakouts can worsen breakouts and intensify your chances of long-term scarring and hyperpigmentation (dark spots). They may clear momentarily, but there is an increase in cells when the skin is exposed to UV and this further clogs follicle openings.

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