Service Update and Policy
We will also be asking you to assist us in keeping safe by a few simple measures.
- Please stay in your car or outside until invited in.
- Please bring only minimal necessary belongings into the clinic.
- Please sign our consent form download here which confirms you are healthy and free of Covid symptoms or contact. This will need to be brought with you to the appointment signed and dated.
- Protocol requests clients to keep talking to a minimum and no laughing!…… We can but try!
- Hayfever sufferers should take antihistamines to avoid sneezing.
Thank you for your patience during this difficult time.
We are delighted to announce that Cathedral Aesthetics plans to re-open in mid-April (subject to the government roadmap). As a personal care business, we fall in stage two of England’s roadmap out of coronavirus lockdown; meaning we can reopen from April 12, providing expectations are met on the vaccine rollout with falling Covid-19 cases and hospital admissions, and the absence of any major concerns over new variants.
When we are able to open once again, please be rest assured that we will continue to work within, and where ever possible, beyond Covid guidelines to provide clients a safe environment for treatments.
We pride ourselves in already having very high standards of hygiene at our clinic however we are following our governing body SaveFace guidelines and protocols to make some additional changes to our practice to enable us to open safely.
This will mean that the clinic may not look quite as cosy as we will be removing all soft coverings, magazines, leaflets et cetera.
We will be sanitising the rooms between clients and will be spacing clients to ensure there is minimal contact. We will be altering our hours to allow this.
We are now starting to book appointments and would invite you to make contact to arrange this. We will be contacting clients who had appointments cancelled to rearrange them.
Covid Vaccines, Dermal Fillers & Botox®
Our governing body SaveFace has looked into risks related to dermal fillers and Botox® injections to individuals that have recently received their Covid-19 vaccine.
To date there is very limited evidence about the effect of Covid-19 vaccines on dermal fillers, however we will follow industry protocols to ensure treatments are scheduled at least 4-weeks before or after a Covid-19 vaccine for Dermal Fillers and 2-weeks for Botox®.
Dermal Fillers – allow 4 weeks before or after your vaccine
It is known, that swelling in dermal fillers can be triggered when your body’s immune system is stimulated, for example, by a viral or bacterial infection, or by a vaccine. This kind of reaction is expected to be temporary and usually settles without any further intervention, however, you are advised not to schedule treatment within 4 weeks before or after a vaccine and to contact us if you have any concerns related to your treatment.
It must also be recognised that reactions are not necessarily MORE likely to occur with recent dermal filler treatment, therefore, patients who have dermal fillers may experience reactions even if the treatment was administered months before.
Botox® – allow 2 weeks before or after vaccine.
There is no evidence, or pharmacological basis for any special precautions or advice regarding botulinum toxin, except that which already applies. Some known side-effects of botulinum toxin are very similar to those of a vaccine (e.g. headache, flu like symptoms, nausea), therefore avoid scheduling treatment within two weeks (before or after) of a vaccine. This time frame allows for any possible post-treatment side effects to settle either from botulinum toxin treatment or the possible side-effects of a vaccine.
What this means…
Please check the date of your Covid-19 vaccine and check there is enough time between your appointment for Dermal Fillers (4-weeks) or Botox (2-weeks).
If you need to re-schedule your appointment please get in touch.