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IVONNE Covid-19 Dashboard

At IVONNE we take COVID-19 very seriously, and we adhere to the rules and guidelines as required and recommended by local and provincial medical authorities. Read our Workplace Safety Plan here.

Due to the high demand we ask that all clients schedule and manage their appointments directly online through our online booking system, and not walk-in to the clinic.

We thank all of our clients for their continued support and patience, and we appreciate your assistance in self-rescheduling your appointments through our online portal.  When you self-schedule your appointment you greatly help our over-extended administrative resources.


OPEN offering masked services.

Following the announcement of January 03, 2022 IVONNE is operating in accordance with the provincial guidelines for Personal Care Settings. Our clinic is offering masked services, and at a 50% reduced capacity.


How Has Covid Impacted IVONNE?

The impacts of COVID-19 on small business are serious and as a new brand we’re not sure the full extent of the impact.

Since COVID began we having been working hard to clear the back-log of appointments that have been created with over 8 months of closures, and even more time with modified or restricted services.

Like many small businesses we do not yet have a clear picture on what it will cost to do business post-reopening, or post-Covid-19.

IVONNE does not fall under the regulation of medical professionals or other beauty colleges. We are an outlier somewhere in between the various parts of the beauty industry.  This means that we have been impacted by decisions to close personal care services.  We have been forced to close entirely for at least 4 months or more, and when open our operational capacity has been constrained by 75-90%.

What Are The Risks of COVID-19 In Personal Care Services?

For personal services such as those offered at IVONNE the nature of work performed requires close contact with colleagues and clients (i.e. within 2 metres).

These interactions, as well as the need to touch work surfaces and equipment could increase the likelihood that we or you could come in contact with the virus, despite all of the measures that we take.