Our collective health and well-being are my top priority

 The Oregon Health Authority has outlined some changes that I’ve implemented.  Here’s what is most notable:​

  • I’ll be wearing a new single-use face mask for each client 

  • I’ll ask you to wash your hands in the bathroom prior to treatment

  • I’ll be adding 15 minutes between all appointments to allow time for proper disinfection

  • Providing hand sanitizer and tissues to clients in the waiting room and treatment room

  • Accepting contactless payment via Venmo (in addition to cash and card payments)


  • I’ll be contacting before your appointment to ask the following questions:

    • Have you had a cough, shortness of breath or a fever above 100.3?

    • Have you been in close contact with anyone with these symptoms or anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 14 days?

If your answer to any of these questions is a ‘’Yes’’ we will need to reschedule until your symptoms have resolved and fever has been resolved for 72 hours without medication, or at least 14 days after contact with a person sick with cough, fever or diagnosed with COVID-19.  I will not be charging the 24 hour cancellation/rescheduling fee to make things easier.

Things I was already doing and will continue to do:

  • Washing my hands at the beginning of each treatment with warm soapy water for at least 20 seconds and drying with a single-use paper towel

  • Use hand sanitizer after checking out a client with either cash or card and disinfecting my phone after swiping a card

  • Keeping client contact information

  • Use a hospital grade disinfectant registered with the EPA and that meet the criteria for use against the virus that causes COVID-19

  • Using disposable gloves with each client

  • Use only single-use probes

  • Disinfecting restroom at least once a day

  • Disinfecting all touched/used items after each treatment

    • Tweezers, probe caps and eyecovers

    • My epilator machine front, lamp, probe cord, rolling cart drawer front, magnifying glasses, cataphoresis roller and cord

    • Door handles and my desktop

I’m staying up to date with guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority and Governor Brown and want to make you feel comfortable when you come to me for Electrolysis.