I think that most of you have gotten the opportunity to meet Haylei. She is in charge of the front desk and helping to elevate the client experience through a fast and thorough check in & check out! Haylei graciously accepted our job offer at the beginning of 2020. Her presence has been absolutely wonderful to have at the spa. She provides us with the ‘tea’ at every staff meeting, keeping us older and less social media savvy folks up to date with all the current events. Probably one of my favorite things about her is that she always has something hilarious to show me or tell me every day. She also says that she loves working here, so hopefully she’ll be with us for quite a while!
Haylei is a busy lady; recently graduating from high school with an honors cord from the National Arts Honor Society. She is currently pursuing a college transfer degree. One of the other things keeping her so busy is her 2 cats and 3 dogs. Almost all of which are rescues. :) I absolutely love hearing about all of the hilarious things her pets and/or her siblings are up to. In our virtual (for now) staff meetings her pets, much like mine & Tamara’s, are making their presence known and lodging complaints about either the lack of treats, working conditions, new dress codes, ‘coworkers’ falling asleep on the job and how upset they are when it's time for those life saving meds.
Haylei is constantly cracking Tamara and I up! Want to know why humor is a core value at dulcederm, Haylei’s why. She has taken on such an important role in how we continue to build our business and strive to create a workplace that we all want to be at. Constantly contributing with new ideas on advertising, simplifying systems and all things front desk, she is simply a delightful addition to our growing business. And I personally cannot wait for every single one of you to get to know Haylei as she brings lots of belly laughs to all!
So back in mid-march this thing happened (COVID-19), and I was so sure that we would really just be home for 3-5 weeks, then right back at it...boy, was I wrong! Ha! Here it is mid-May and I still don’t know when I get to go back to one of my favorite things, work!
Sounds like we might be able to open soon. Washington county might be a little behind other counties, but we're optimistic that we'll have guidance soon.
We wanted to provide you with an update on our future reopening date. As it currently stands, we are not opening on April 16 as we had planned. We will stay under executive order to remain closed at this time. Once we receive information from the governor indicating our potential reopen date we will post an update here.
We miss you. We are itching to get back to helping you maintain your self-care routines.
Remember: Self-Care is loving every part of yourself!
This social distancing time could be used to grow out all the areas you've been wanting sugared. If you are finding yourself going stir crazy and unable to handle the length of your hair; please don’t shave. Shaving may feel great right now, but remember your first sugaring visit, we don’t want you to go through that again! However, if you absolutely need to get rid of a few stray hairs, you can use tweezers, as it is the only other method of hair removal that will remove the entire hair and root.
Our Online Store!!!
There are a few ways to continue your self-care routines without seeing us in person. We are posting videos to Instagram, we launched our online store which includes suggested use for products, you can purchase gift cards and we are working with other local downtown businesses to bundle pickup and delivery items.
If you are ordering something from any business listed here: https://www.downtownbeaverton.org/ we'll work together to either deliver directly to you or arrange curbside service. It's not a perfect solution, but we're all working together.
We're doing curbside for prepaid online orders. Arrange for pickup time and call us when you're here.
For in store pickups:
We have a little station set up just inside the door for order pickups. We will remain at least ten feet away from you at all times. We disinfect the table, hand sanitizer bottle, the CC terminal, and door handles after each client. If you pay in cash, we will ask you to place cash in the dedicates bag, zip it shut, and put it in the laundry bin by the table.
We're not open to the public for walk-in business at this time. Please make sure you arrange for pick-up time or delivery request.
We are now offering online consultations. Please email or text us to arrange for either Google Hangout or Face-time.
During this time of uncertainty, we want you to know that we are thinking of you and your families. You are not alone! We want to maintain the social connections, well being and resiliency of our community, so please:
Take Care of Yourselves & Stay Connected with Your Community
Follow Physical Distancing to flatten the curve, to protect others, and to respect the great sacrifices that so many are making to slow the spread of coronavirus and to protect vulnerable Oregonians and our state’s health care system capacity.
Practice the Five to help stop the spread of coronavirus
For more information on COVID-19 you can call 211 for current and factual information and advice, or go to:
Everyone knows how to wash their hands, right? It may seem so simple, but many people aren't practicing great hand-washing techniques.
This routine will be great to reduce spread of virus, however eventually washing well takes a toll on your skin. We recommend using an unscented lotion. At night when you're done with your bedtime routine, one last washing, slather on the lotion and wear cotton gloves or socks on your hands to repair your hands while you sleep.
Let's take care of each other.
Now that we've contacted most of you to reschedule your appointments, we'd like you to know that we have been able to set up online gift card purchases. They are available on the home page. We're working on menus of our product line and should be able to accept order shortly. We are happy to ship to you or arrange curbside pick-up. Thanks so much for your support.
We are still collecting non-perishable food items for our neighbors living with food insecurity. Our community will rally.
Trisha, Haylei, and Tamara are working together to make sure we're ready to roll when we are able to reopen our doors to you.
Our commitment to caring for ourselves and our clients leads us to the decision to proactively close dulcederm until April 16th. We appreciate your business more than we could adequately express.
We will be contacting you to reschedule your appointments. If you are able to reschedule your own online, that would be incredibly helpful. Schedule is open beginning April 16th forward.