COVID-19 and House of Beauty

6 Tips for COVID-19


According to current advice from the UK Government, all beauty treatments are now permitted. We have now fully reopened however, please be assured that we have implemented and will continue to uphold the strictest health, safety and hygiene standards. 

This means that our full list of treatments are now available to be booked, including threading, waxing on the face, facials, microblading, eyebrows and eyelash treatments, as well as nails, body waxing, massage, hot herbal compress, body scrubs and body wraps.

Book your treatment now to ensure you secure your preferred timeslot.

Doctor administered injectable treatments have also resumed. Dr Zunaid is in once a week usually on Fridays, check our Facebook or Instagram posts for his current schedule. Slots are very limited so booking in advance is essential.

As an active member in our local community, House of Beauty always takes hygiene and safety seriously, and in light of the COVID-19 situation we have strengthened our policies and practices. House of Beauty is committed to the highest sanitation standards for our Clients and therapists to ensure the health and safety of all who enter our salon.

Read more on our Health, Safety and Hygiene Standards and our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Prevention and Control Policy.

During these lockdowns, we have tried to keep active, at least mentally,  by training and up-skilling, especially in the area of Infection Prevention and Control. Our therapists completed training by the Guild of Beauty Therapists and the International School of Aesthetics. Meanwhile, Doctor Zunaid Alli participated in Health Emergencies Programme run by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

The courses covered topics such as ways to reduce the risk of transmission of Coronavirus in the salon, salon hygiene and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and handling waste & disinfection.

COVID-19 Clinical Safety Course
COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control’ certification.
Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

2020 and 2021 has been very difficult for all of us, however, we have been overwhelmed by the continued support and loyalty from our Clients which we sincerely appreciate. We are now excited to be able to serve you and the community again for some much-needed pampering and relaxation.

You can book your treatment now Online and you can follow us on our Instagram or Facebook pages to receive our latest announcements.

Otherwise, you can drop us your details on the enquiry form on our homepage, and we’ll make sure to get back to you asap!

❤️❤️ Love, see you soon and stay safe ❤️❤️

House of Beauty


The answers to your frequently asked questions

Keep abreast of the latest industry advice

Read the latest statements and guidance released by the various industry bodies to their members about clinical practice operational procedures post-lockdown.

The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has been established to assist members of the public who are seeking/considering or undergoing non-surgical and hair restoration surgery treatments (Injections, Fillers, Lasers, Peels and Hair Restoration Surgery) with advice on patient safety matters and how to gain access to registers of approved practitioners.

The British Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology (BABTAC) is the UK’s leading membership organisation and insurance provider for professionals working in the beauty, holistic and sports therapy industries. Established in 1977, BABTAC’s objective is to raise industry standards and ensure the ongoing wellbeing of the professionals working in it.

The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) exists to advance safe and ethical aesthetic medicine to the benefit of medical practitioners and members of the public. They represent aesthetic medical practitioners in a unified manner, maintain standards and practice ethics in aesthetic medicine.

The BCAM was originally founded in 2001 as the British Association of Cosmetic Doctors to encourage regulation within the industry and help to make aesthetic medicine safer and more ethical for the general public.

The British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) is the largest Professional Association for nurses carrying out cosmetic treatments in the UK. It operates under a strict code of conduct in order to ensure patient safety across all treatments undertaken by its members. The BACN has a dual role to provide services and support to all of its members and to promote and support patient safety in the area of non-surgical aesthetic treatments.