Appointments, Aftercare Covi-19 Salon Policy

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BOOKING • SALON POLICY • AFTERCARE 


COVID-19 POLICY STATEMENT APPLIES, PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT

NEW SALON POLICY


  • We now operate a closed door policy, please ring the doorbell and wait outside. A member of staff will meet you at the door.

  • If you or anyone in your household feels unwell or displays any symptoms of COVlD-19; ( high temperature, a continuous cough or loss of taste / smell), or you have been told to self-isolate, please advise us as soon as possible and

    DO NOT COME TO THE SHOP FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT.

  • Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes early for your appointment as you may come into contact with other clients and shop customers downstairs. Due to Covid-19 there is no waiting area.
  • Also please do not arrive late or as your treatment may be cut short to ensure that there is time to clean before the next client.



  • Please bring your completed Consultation form to your appointment or return it by email to enquiries@samsaraweston.co.uk 

  • Cash or card payments are available.
  • Please minimise the items you bring with you.

  • You are welcome to bring your own bottle / flask of refreshment.

  • Client records are confidential & compliant with GDPR. We only process the data  necessary to provide service at your desired quality standard. You have a right to request your information to be deleted, to see the data we have processed, or to receive the data we hold. None of your information will be shared with any third party. Our chosen salon software Fresha strictly complies with GDPR.

Please be assured that your health and safety is of paramount importance.

All tools and equipment will be sterilised before and in between each appointment

All towels and couch bedding and blankets changed after each client.

All 'touch zones' e.g common surfaces, toilets, door handles and soft furnishings will be cleaned and disinfected before you arrive.

AFTERCARE


It is highly important you follow the appropriate advice and aftercare after your treatment to protect yourself from adverse reactions and maximise the benefits of your treatment and enjoy them for as long as possible. Failure to follow these instructions may result in your personal health, safety and wellbeing being affected and treatment results and benefits not lasting as they should. Please let us know how you feel after each treatment to maintain our records and adapt further treatments accoordingly.

MASSAGE & HOLISTIC TREATMENTS


After a treatment your body may show some of the following reactions:

* Stiff/aching muscles *Tiredness  *Increased urination *Headache  *Runny nose/coughing *Dizziness *Tearfulness *Vomiting/Fainting/Nausea

 

The above reactions should clear within 24-48 hours (no longer). Massage is a form of passive exercise. It strengthens and tones the muscles and improves all the body's systems. If you do not exercise or have massages regularly, your muscles may feel sore.


Please DO:

- Drink plenty of water, fruit juice or herbal teas for at least 24 hours after your treatment

Your body might have been drained of lymphatic waste and toxins which may result in being thirsty. Water helps flush out the waste and toxins and help the detoxifying process and rehydration.

 

- Wrap up warmly

You may feel cold after a treatment due to increased blood flow to the muscles and skin surface which increases heat loss from the body.

 

- Have a relaxing warm bath

It will make the muscles relax and make the effects of massage last longer. Epsom salts are Magnesium Sulphate, a natural muscle relaxer. The salts draw out toxins in the body & is detoxifying. Warm, not hot water to avoid exacerbated any inflammation in the muscles. **If you have very sore muscles or injury, ice may be advised after your treatment.

 

- Take care when driving home as your reflexes might be slower

You may feel faint or tired.

 

- Pay attention to general posture

After massage the posture is corrected and you can may feel achy as unused/tight muscles are stretched. Massage can relax and loosen the muscles made sore by bad posture, allowing your body to position itself in its natural-and pain-free-posture.

 

- Stretches & Exercises as included in your personal home care advice

 

- Nap & Rest

Pilates, yoga, deep breathing-YOU time!

 

- Fuel your body properly

Eat at least 5 portions of fruit & vegetables everyday, keeping caffeine and alcohol to a minimum.

 

Please DO NOT:

 

- Drink alcohol, fizzy drinks, tea or caffeine or smoke

For at least 12 hours as they can have a dehydrating effect on the body.

 

- Avoid heavy spicy meals, chocolates, sweets & fast food

Eat a light meal so the body can concentrate on natural healing & encourage detoxification.

 

- Exercise It may impair recovery from the massage, increase soreness and inhibit the effectiveness.

 

- Ignore your body's messages You may feel faint, tired, thirsty or emotional.

FACIALS

- Avoid make up for 48hrs

- Do not get the area wet for the first 48hrs

- No heat treatments sauna steam etc for 48 hours

- No sun-beds for 24 hours (longer if there is still redness or irritation)

- Do not apply any products for 8 hours, unless a product has been recommended 

- Avoid touching, rubbing or introducing any foreign bodies to the area

- After Peels, Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning or Microneedling as well as following the above, do not exfoliate, apply retinol or prescription retinoids, eat highly acidic foods or sweat too much

- After Peels, Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning or Microneedling do protect face from wind/cold for 7 days, limit your time outdoors and exposure to heat and UV light.

Protect skin from weather of all types wear a factor 50 for at least 7 days.


LASH TREATMENTS

- Avoid eye/brow make up for 48hrs

- Do not get the area wet for the first 48hrs

- No heat treatments sauna steam etc for 48 hours

- No sun-beds for 24 hours (longer if there is still redness or irritation)

- Do not apply any products for 48 hours, unless a product has been recommended 

- Avoid touching, rubbing or introducing any foreign bodies to the area