Our safety Procedures – April 2021
Wild About Tan will be opening up for business again from April 12th (according to gvt. guidelines), our customers are and have always been our top priority and we want to ensure that peace of mind at all times.
From 12th April, households are not allowed to mix indoors and bubbles are only permitted outside. Social distancing will still be in place and and face masks rules remain the same to help prevent the spread. From 12th April we will send you a form to complete where you indicate if you would prefer your bridal tan party outdoors OR clarification that all parties within the household who are being tanned, reside there.
Here is the details of what getting a tan will be like for the foreseeable future.
Our Tanning Procedure
- Covid-19 related questions will be sent 48 hours ahead of your appointment:
- We will encourage compliance with limits on social contact. For example, on arrival or at booking.
- On arrival at your home, we will be wearing masks and/or visors. We will sanitise our hands fully and wear disposable gloves.
- Whilst our spray tanners are setting up, the client will be asked to leave the room until ready.
- Good ventilation should be provided by using fans and keeping windows and doors open where possible.
- Upon completion, you will be guided to step out of the tent and away from spray tan professional.
- Tent/gun will be wiped down before/after all tans. Extensive antibacterial cleaning of tent and equipment after each client.
We have further increased the frequency of handwashing and surface cleaning and we will always be stocked up on essential PPE such as face masks and disposable gloves. We will also provide disposable underwear.
From the 17th May, the Rule of Six applies, where groups of up to six people can meet indoors. We will be hosting Bridal tan parties unhindered from this date! Similar guidance applies as above but we will be operating a one in, one out system. Only one client in the room at a time to be sprayed, unless of course clients live in the same household.”