With the easing of government restrictions on the beauty and spa industry, a leading Lancashire health and beauty spa was delighted to open its doors this week and resume providing luxurious treatments along with some much-needed pampering to its many clients.
The Beauty Emporium in Accrington, which is owned by businesswoman, Claire Ratcliffe- Wilson, began welcoming back customers with a revised range of treatments, which not only comply with the latest guidelines but also provide lots of therapy and healing for the body, mind, and soul.
Claire explained “It’s pure joy to be back in business, providing treatments to our regular customers and also meeting lots of new ones. These testing times have placed a huge strain on lots of people, their bodies, and their emotions. It’s now our job to help restore harmony and promote a positive, body confident outlook for everyone who visits us.”
The luxury spa has been established on Warner Street for over ten years and is an approved partner of [Comfort Zone]. It has a team of specialists including a reiki practitioner, a hypnotherapist, a semi-permanent make-up artist, and an aesthetics nurse.
Claire added; “The Beauty Emporium has always been a place of relaxation and serenity. We have had to make some changes to the types of treatments and how we provide them, but I can assure all of our customers that the same attention to detail and personal service is still very much in place”.
Oliver Dowden, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport said, "having allowed hairdressers to reopen last week, beauticians, tattooists, spas, tanning salons, and other close-contact services can now do the same. Of course, that will be subject to some restrictions on particularly high-risk services.”
For full details of treatments and to book an appointment at The Beauty Emporium visit the website: thebeautyemporium.org/ or call: 01243 231888