Spas in Edinburgh and the Lothians are beginning to open their doors for the first time since lockdown.
One of these is PURE Spa & Beauty which will open this Friday, and who have spent more than £3000 on a mixture of safety measures and getting the business ready to welcome clients again.
Staff at the groups’ head office in the Scottish capital say preparations for the reopening have been extensive with the safety of staff, members and guests a priority.
A new PURE Rose Street salon will also open on Friday, located above the company’s flagship store.
New treatments at the Edinburgh salons include the Elemis Biotec Facial and a pore-busting microdermabrasion Diamond Peel facial – the perfect sanctuary for your full beauty overhaul right in the heart of the city.
Founder and CEO Becky Woodhouse said: “Reopening has been a lot of work for the entire team. The lack of clear guidance from UK governments has led to a lot of communication challenges with our clients, especially about reopening dates across our estate.
“The majority of our staff are on furlough so internal communication has been challenging but our loyal customers have been exceptionally supportive. It’s vital that when our guests return they can relax and feel safe – that’s what PURE spa experience is all about.”
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