COVID-19 Health & Safety

By Daniel Galvin PR

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The Coronavirus outbreak is a serious concern for us, and the health and safety of our clients and our team is a major priority. Whilst we all adjust to the impact of COVID-19 we wanted to share what we are doing to keep you safe when you visit the salons.

The George Street and Kensington salons are professionally cleaned each morning using Selglene C500 Anti-virus surface spray and foaming bacterial sprays.  The Selfridges salon is also cleaned daily by Selfridges inhouse cleaning operatives.

Our team of salon maids are cleaning all heavy traffic surfaces including door handles, stair rails, using disposable cleaning paper and anti-bacterial spray every two hours. Our towels and gowns are laundered daily at a temperature of 60 degrees. We have also introduced recyclable towels to ensure total hygiene. We have available at our reception desks anti-bacterial hand cleanser and encourage all clients to use on arrival.

We are following the government guidelines and not allowing into work any team member who has a temperature and a new continuous cough.

We would also respectfully ask any clients showing symptoms not to visit the salon and put at risk the health and safety of our team and other clients.

Thank you so much for your continued support at this time. We look forward to seeing you soon and making the world a more beautiful place.

Daniel Galvin

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All salons are temporarily closed. To all our clients who we consider to be our extended DG family. Unfortunately it has come to the point where we have to take the very difficult decision to temporarily close the doors to all our Daniel Galvin Salons due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic as of Saturday 21st March. Our main Daniel Galvin telephone line 020 7486 8601 and email will remain open. We look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible. Stay safe and take care. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. All at Daniel Galvin xx