What are your opening hours?
Mondays: 11am - 5pm
Thursdays: 10.30am - 2pm
Fridays: 11am - 8pm
Sundays: 11am - 8pm
How do I book in?
Do you have a cancellation policy?
If you cancel or change an appointment I do ask that you give me 48 hours notice, otherwise I charge 50% of the treatment price. No shows will be charged the full treatment price.
How do I cancel/change my appointment?
You can email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or text me on 07984429295
Where are you?
Balanced Beauty Bristol is on Woodborough Street in Easton - just off St Marks Road. Please note I work by appointment and do not accept walk ins. I will give you my house number on booking.
Is there parking?
There is free on street parking here, you may not be able to park directly outside, but I have never had an issue with getting a space at least somewhere on my road.
Can I bring my friend/child/partner to my appointment?
Balanced Beauty Bristol is a space just for people that identify as female, so please no male friends or partners. Feel free to bring female friends and partners, but I do ask that for massage or facials you come alone so that you can fully relax.
All children are welcome and as I have two small boys I have a house full of toys and am not afraid of crumbs/nappies/dribbling/screaming/pushchairs! But again, please come alone for quiet treatments.
Which payment methods do you accept?
I take cash, card, apple pay or bank transfer.
Can I buy a treatment as present for someone?
You can! I have e-vouchers, which I can email to you, and you can forward onto the recipient, or print out if you wish. I can make the gift vouchers for specific treatments, or up to an amount of money that the recipient can spend as they wish.
I’m pregnant, can I book in for any of your treatments?
You can book in for any of my treatments, but please do let me know that you are pregnant when you book as some treatments do need to be tailored specifically. If you are being treated for complications during your pregnancy I do ask that you talk to me before booking as these could be contraindications for treatment.
What are contraindications for treatment?
A contraindication is something that prevents or restricts treatments.
Total contraindications like bacterial infections, viral infections, or fungal infections, mean that no treatment can be carried out.
Medical contraindications mean that you will need to get permission from your doctor before booking, or you may have to sign your consent before the treatment takes place. These include things like unstable blood pressure, recent scar tissue, allergies, sensitivities, pretty much anything that you are currently being treated for.
A local contraindication is when a treatment is prevented from being carried out over a particular area, this includes things like bruises, broken skin, sunburn, skin tags, skin conditions etc.
Please do get in contact with me if you’d like to talk about whether or not you have a contraindication for treatment.