Treat yourself and support British business all at the same time!

As we eased out of lockdown we were able to take our first tentative steps back into the real world.

 

Whether it was a pint in the local pub, a birthday celebration at a local eatery or just a little bit of retail therapy. This was great for two reasons, not only could we recommence the activities we enjoyed but we were supporting the businesses that have had a really tough time during the lockdown.

 

A group of businesses had to wait the longest where those that offer beauty and cosmetic treatments. Whilst it was understandable,as these require close contact these businesses where desperate to get going and let’s be honest we were all desperate for a bit of pampering and a return to our pre-lockdown looks!

 

A DivideBuy we have retailers that support these businesses offering supplies and training, but also some that offer payment options for those more expensive treatments.

 

So… What treatments can you have?

 

Nails

 

Having your nails done is not only a great way to get pampered and look great, but we also love to catch up with our beauticians. It may take some getting used to to see them in PPE, but that doesn’t mean you can’t set the World to rights!

 

Tattoo

 

Maybe you are looking for some new ink to mark what has been a let’s say “interesting” year.  Or maybe you have used your time at home to design your own tattoo.

 

Cosmetic and non-invasive treatments

 

Where you all in on the micro-needling trend or a regular recipient of a “Vampire Facial”? Well, the good news is these businesses are open for business and ready to make you look even more fabulous!

 

Hair Restoration

 

Whilst for some a haircut is the first priority for others hair loss can be where the focus lies. There are now some affordable and accessible treatments to restore hair loss due to pattern baldness.

 

Teeth

 

For many the dentist being closed was welcomed as the red of the chair is too much. On the other hand, we only have one set of adult teeth so it’s worth taking care of them. The dentists in our directory not only offer fantastic treatments but also let you spread the cost.

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