WE’RE FULLY OPEN, BUT MASKS ARE BACK
Due to a recurrence of increasing COVID-19 cases locally, Santa Barbara County Public Health Department has issued an indoor mask mandate that went into effect Friday, August 6th. Consequently, we are updating our COVID-19 safety protocols to comply with the mandate. Both our medical and day spa will continue to stay open and operate mostly normally with the exception of the mask requirement, though we will be temporarily pausing use of the saunas while the mandate is in effect. We have listed our specific COVID-19 Safety Plan updates below. If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, please call us at 805-695-2197.
Evolutions’ COVID-19 Safety Plan Updates
- As long as the county-wide mandate is in effect, masks will be required to be worn at the spa, regardless of vaccination status. Masks may be temporarily removed during treatments when the service being done requires it (i.e., for a laser treatment on the face), but otherwise should be worn throughout your visit.
- Evolutions’ staff members are 100% fully vaccinated and will also be wearing N95 level masks.
- Locker rooms and showers are open, but saunas will be closed for the time being. We also ask all clients using the locker rooms to wear their masks unless they are showering (and to put their mask back on immediately after finishing their shower).
- During massages, a mask must be worn while clients are face up.
- The Tea Lounge will remain open and tea and water is available. We ask clients to wear their mask while waiting in the Tea Lounge except while they are drinking.
- Evolutions has invested over $10,000 to purchase 20 high-end air purifiers. These are distributed throughout the spa and in all treatment rooms. These devices work to rapidly filter and purify the air inside the spa.
We appreciate your continued patience and understanding throughout all of the continued changes due to the pandemic. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we are confident that the safety level for all clients and staff while at Evolutions remains very high in spite of the increase in COVID-19 case transmission in the area.