By Mark Smith
05 June 2020
Dermalogica has announced a series of new measures that have been drawn up to help spa operators to reopen their businesses when the time is right in their local markets.
Developed in accordance with the brand’s professional-grade standards, the new initiative includes a set of directives entitled Dermalogica Principles for Enhanced Service Safety.
The directives include advice on maintaining physical distancing by staggering appointments and limiting entrance; wearing masks in common areas and masks and face shields during treatments; hand sanitisation, handwashing, and sterilisation; as well as requirements for retail testers.
Detailed safety protocols further address specific touch-points, such as pre-appointment screening; client arrival and departure; retail and common-area floor services; treatment room sanitation; protective wear, and more.
Clean Touch Certification can also be awarded to skin therapists who complete a free online training course to show their understanding of the key principles and enhanced protocols.