COVID-19 safety protocols to keep you safe
After careful consideration and a thoughtfully updated safety protocol to keep our clients and staff healthy, Ink Revoke will be ready to reopen and see clients beginning May 20th with the following safety protocols (please read everything)
Our Updated Safety Precautions
Ink Revoke has implemented strict safety measures which will allow us to reopen on May 20th.
Health & Safety
Our criteria for reopen is not only meeting all guidelines set by authorities but also ensuring that we can operate with the health, safety and well-being of our team, clients and community in mind.
All areas of the clinic will be thoroughly disinfected between each client. This includes treatment chairs, lasers, skin chillers, iPads, doorknobs, countertops, phones, tables, chairs, light switches, and cabinetry.
Staff Safety Measures
The owner/operator will be wearing masks and gloves for all client interactions.
Ink Revoke has only one employee (owner/operator) and he will take his temperature every day upon arrival, and if his temperature ever reads over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or if he’s experiencing a cough or respiratory symptoms he will immediately go to the doctor to be tested.
Walk-ins are discouraged at this time as social distancing will remain a top priority.
Upcoming Appointment? New client?
In order to ensure that everyone who comes through our doors feels safe, we ask that you review these updates before your next appointment, or before scheduling your new consultation:
To maintain a limited number of people in the clinic, we ask that you please come to your appointment alone.
You will be required to wear a mask, or a cloth facial covering (nose & mouth) before entering the clinic and please use the hand sanitizer directly to your left as you walk in.
You will be required to get a temperature screening upon arrival. If you have a temperature over 100.4 degrees, you will be asked to leave and visit your doctor.
We thank you for understanding and will continue to follow the healthcare guidelines set forth by government officials and the CDC. Our top priority is the health and safety of our clients, staff, and community.