The health and well-being of clients is my top priority. In response to the corona virus pandemic, we are closely following and adhering to precautions and guidelines advised by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Arizona State Board.
Policy has been modified, if you have a scheduled appointment and are not feeling well, even if you have bad allergies, contact me as early as possible to reschedule. If you have traveled by plane, cruise ship or visited another state within 14 days, reschedule 2 weeks after. To further support this, we have temporarily suspended our cancellation policy for all appointments and there will be no penalties for cancellation.
I will continue to practice dedicated hand washing and frequent use of hand sanitizer. one-time use disposable materials are frequently used to help maintain a safe environment for clients. For your safety, I will be wearing a mask to help ease any concerns during services.
For facial treatments it is required that you wear your mask in and remove once we start your treatment and put back on after. If you are getting service done for lashes or brows it is required that you leave your mask on during treatment. .
An air purifier with plasmawave technology has been added for cleaner air quality and to filter bacteria, viruses, dust and pollution. Surfaces are cleaned after each client allowing 30 minutes for proper cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing. Door handles, faucets, and other items with high-traffic hand touches are cleaned throughout the day. Magazines, drinks and cups in our waiting area are also a risk from frequent contact, so they have been removed.
Please do not enter the building more than 5 minutes before your scheduled time. Hand sanitizer and soap is available in the treatment room and bathroom. During this time reframe from bringing guest. Only the person receiving services will be allowed in the spa and the treatment room.
Seeing your esthetician is a vital investment of your well being and skin care needs. The best way to protect yourself and your community is with everyday preventive actions, like washing hands often and disinfecting surfaces regularly. These actions will help minimize and slow the spread of viruses.
For the most up-to-date information and guidance, please visit the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus