Restrictions Expected to Be Lifted on May 19
Governor Lamont has announced that given certain conditions, most restrictions on businesses will be lifted on May 19th. We will continue to use masks in our stores beyond this date.
Masks are still required at all times even if you'd had the Covid vaccine per CDC and Connecticut guidelines. The state's website states, "Not everyone you come into contact with will have received the vaccine, and you may still be able to spread COVID-19."
Our employees who have had the vaccine will also be wearing masks at all times.
Regulations require us take customers by appointments only. Phone numbers are at the top of the page.
Note on Seating
Members of the same household may request to be seated together. We will do our best to accommodate your request, but this may not be available/possible.
A spa is a very personal and intimate business. As such, we have always taken care to be as clean and hygienic as possible. We have always:
Cleaned & disinfected each piece of equipment after every use
Washed our hands between customers
Employed single-use materials as much as possible (single-use tub liners, nail buffs, etc.) to prevent any chance of cross-contamination
What else WE are doing to protect everyone
Partitions: Plexiglass partitions between customer & nail technician
Hand-sanitizer: Automatic hand-sanitizer dispensers throughout the store
Safe distances: 6-ft between work stations
Single-use hand towels: For manicures
Single-use steam towels: For pedicures
Body-temperature cameras: To check for elevated body temperatures & fever
What YOU can do to help protect us
Face masks: Please wear a face mask that covers the nose and mouth
Hand-sanitizer: Please use hand-sanitizer at one of our automatic dispensers or wash your hands when you enter
Stay home if sick: Please do not enter if you are sick or experiencing Covid-19 symptoms
Safe distances: Please maintain social distancing wherever possible
Conversation: Please keep conversation to a minimum
No waiting room: Please wait outside or in your vehicle until your appointment time
Thermal Imaging Cameras
Smile for the camera! Mostly seen in airports, thermal imaging cameras scan your body and help screen for elevated body/skin temperature, which is usually a sign of infection or illness.
Once the software notifies us of elevated temperature, we will take your temperature with a handheld, non-contact IR thermometer. If your temperature is still elevated, we may ask that you return at a later time when your body temperature has fallen to normal levels.