COVID-19 Restrictions Threaten Livelihood Of Those Who Provide Facials In U.S.

COVID-19 Restrictions Threaten Livelihood Of Those Who Provide Facials In U.S.

COVID-19 Restrictions Threaten Livelihood Of Those Who Provide Facials In U.S.

Dallas-based aesthetician and founder of her namesake skin studios Joanna Czech, who also has a skin studio in New York, could literally write the book (with the help of her OSHA-certified engineer) on safety and sanitization. After injecting about $50,000 into new safety standards and putting her staff through two days of rehearsing new protocols, Czech opened the doors to her famed skin studio in Dallas in the beginning of June.

Czech runs her skin studio in the age of coronavirus like a Marine general. Following her 19-page safety protocol document, Czech and her staff have thought of every possible detail from replacing cashmere blankets with washable parachute comforters to booking clients 30 to 40 minutes apart for medical-grade disinfection and ultraviolet sanitation. When Czech’s clients arrive (some have flown in from New York and Miami and quarantined for 14 days), she reminds them before they reach the room that due to her strict protocols she cannot perform treatments like cryotherapy and oxygen facials, nor can she chat during their treatment.

“I let them know I cannot tell my usual dirty jokes during their facial,” Czech said. “It actually is a big change for me. My facials are meant to be informative, educational. Now I don’t speak during services.”


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