Text us when you park and we‘ll let you know when we‘re ready to greet you at the office door
Please arrive to your appointment alone
We’re sorry, due to current capacity regulations, we cannot accommodate any additional guests in our studio at this time.
Please arrive at your scheduled time
Text us when you park and we will let you know when to come to the door.
Please wear a well fitting mask
Bandanas and gaiter style masks are not permitted.
All clients must undergo a Covid-19 screening
This includes a questionnaire, contactless temperature reading, mask check and hand sanitizing.
Currently booking appointments up to 30 days in advance
By only booking one month in advance, we prevent the need to cancel many future appointments should we be required to close again.
A friendly reminder that if you aren’t feeling well/have symptoms, if you have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, or recently returned from overseas in the last 3 weeks – please reschedule your appointment to a later date after you have tested negative.
Thank you for your cooperation
Alleviating the need for close face-to-face positioning. Clients are required to wear their mask for the entirety of the treatment.
Certified N95 masks and, as usual, gloves will be worn during treatment. A hot water sink is available for frequent hand washing.
Fresh air is continuously flowing through the workspace, with the aid of a fan, for the duration of the treatment. Appointments may be subject to change depending on weather and air quality. The gate directly outside the office will be locked during treatment to ensure your safety and privacy.
At least 30 minutes is scheduled between clients to allow for proper sanitation and air filtration.
Electrologists are tested for Covid biweekly by Stanford Health.
Our standard sanitation practices already supersede the Covid safety recommendations for our industry, but we have implemented even more practices like wiping all door knobs/high touch areas, non sterile instruments, and all working surfaces with wipes specifically labeled for coronavirus. Per usual, all needles are disposed of immediately after use and tweezers are disinfected and then heat sterilized in a frequently tested machine.