Following the global pandemic of COVID-19 and the subsequent shutdown of non-essential services, aesthetic clinics are now preparing to reopen.
Reopening your clinic after COVID-19 will require new and advanced hygiene and social distancing processes and policies to be in place. These will help to make sure that your business can restart safely.
Lynton Lasers has released a range of guidance for their customers. This includes recommendations and solutions for the current challenge’s aesthetic practitioners face as they re-open their clinic doors.
Following exceptional feedback, we have decided to share this with the industry.
This document is intended as a guidance checklist of recommended changes to your business processes and services connected to COVID-19. It is important to use this document as guidance only; each business is unique and will require bespoke policies and procedures to be introduced.
Practitioners are encouraged to continually review guidance published by Government and industry bodies such as:
- The JCCP (Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners)
- BCAM (British College of Aesthetic Medicine)
- BACN (British Association of Cosmetic Nurses)
- BMLA (British Medical Laser Association).