Edinburgh-based PURE Spa has welcomed clients back through its doors for the first time since March as the economy slowly reopens across the country.
The leading beauty brand has spent more than £3,000 on its location in the Scottish capital in order to ensure the facility is safe for staff, members and guests.
A full new safety protocol has been introduced on site, with all therapists following social distancing guideline and wearing full PPE, sanitisation in each treatment room and stattion touchpoint as well as a virtual reception team across all sites.
In addition to the reopening, PURE has also announced a new PURE Beauty Zone will be opening Friday July 31 to serve customers in Edinburgh and the Lothians.
The site, which was previously an office space for the company, will be equipped with a modern nail bar, pedicure area and brow bar as well as three tranquil treatment rooms for all pampering services including massage and facials.
Speaking following the reopening of the business to the public, founder and CEO Becky Woodhouse said: “Reopening has been a lot of work for the entire team. The lack of clear guidance from UK governments has led to a lot of communication challenges with our clients, especially about reopening dates across our estate.
The majority of our staff are on furlough so internal communication has been challenging but our loyal customers have been exceptionally supportive. It’s vital that when our guests return they can relax and feel safe – that’s what PURE spa experience is all about.”