In line with new HSE regulations due to Covid-19, there have been some changes in the way at-home beauty treatments are carried out. As I travel from home to home and provide close contact services, the following measures are essential to minimise any risk of Covid-19 transmission between households.

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I am required to wear a face shield/googles, mask, disposable gloves and apron throughout all treatments. You must also wear a mask unless you have an exemption for medical reasons. I can supply one if you do not have one. (Your mask will be removed temporarily during any facial treatment).

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Please provide your own towels for treatments. For facials and waxing the couch surface will be disinfected between appointments and topped with single use couch roll.

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To avoid carrying used disposables between homes, all refuse from your treatments will need to be disposed of at your home.

Please ensure that the area where your treatment is to be carried out is clean, well ventilated and free from clutter.

Your treatment must take place in a separate room, away from all other members of your household including children. Where applicable please ensure that you have adequate childcare provision in place for little ones during your appointment.

Regrettably I am currently unable to provide treatments for groups of people from more than one household or “bubble”.

I must not visit if any of the following apply:

  • If you or anyone else in your household is unwell with a cough, sore throat, fever, headache, skin rash, stomach upset, loss of or change to sense of taste or smell.
  • If you or anyone in your household is self-isolating.
  • During the 14 day quarantine period if you or anyone else in your household has travelled abroad to a destination that requires self-isolation on arrival in the UK.

Should I or any of my household become unwell, I will contact you to cancel your appointment accordingly.

Methods of payment are bank transfer or debit card. To avoid unnecessary cash handling, please only use cash if neither of the above methods is possible.