We are thrilled to announce that following confirmation received from the Department of Health, we are now able to open our doors for all *nurse led medical aesthetics only*
Last week Save Face, a Government Approved Industry Regulator and Register of Accredited Cosmetic Practitioners, submitted a request for further clarification on last weeks revision from the Department of Health, Trading Standards and Environmental Health. They have now received the following response:
‘The Department of Health has confirmed today that this revision is to provide further clarity and reach to the beauty sector – it DOES NOT apply to medical aesthetics performed by regulated clinicians following a medical model’.
Therefore medical professionals are now able to practice within their professional guidelines. For Karma House Clinic, this means our Registered Nurse, Kay, will be able to resume duty and return to clinic.
Save Face is a register that is exclusive to regulated healthcare professionals, and at Karma House Clinic we are proud to have been registered with them for over 5 years. We adhere to all their stringent protocols and are ready and compliant with the Save Face COVID-19 Protocol of Operation.
All treatments with Kay will commence from Friday 10th July, and those on her waiting list will be contacted this week to confirm re-booking. Online booking with Kay will then go live from Saturday.
Sadly, the rest of the clinic must still remain closed until further notice, including all treatments with Caron, Ruth, Elyssa, Alison and Carly.
We will up-date you as soon as we receive confirmation that we are able to open as a whole and resume business in full.
Again, thank you all for your continued support and patience. While there is still a small wait for the clinic as a whole to open, we can’t wait to get some of you back in the chair with Kay this week!
*nurse led medical aesthetics includes only the following treatments;
* dermal fillers
* wrinkle injections
* perfect peel
* lip enhancement
* non-surgical facelift
* skin-pen medical