Salon Centric to Begin Offering Masks + Hand Sanitizer

As salons begin reopening across the country, many salon owners have expressed concern about where they're going to a sufficient amount of supplies from to keep their staff and clients safe. In response, Salon Centric announced that they'll soon begin offering these supplies to licensed professionals.

"Following the recommended Safe Salon Guidelines published by the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) and in alignment with local ordinances, SalonCentric and L’Oréal’s Professional Products Division have mobilized a team dedicated to sourcing everything a stylist or salon owner would need to get back to work safely. Beginning in early May, we will see weekly deliveries of non-surgical masks and hand sanitizer that we’ll be providing, at-cost, to beauty pros as states re-open. We’ll be layering these absolute essentials with a variety of other products, including disposable gloves, cleaning products, disposable capes and many other items that will provide a safe environment for beauty pros and their clients. We are committed to providing salons and stylists with the products they need the most to get back to work as safely as possible. Were here for you during these unchartered times. More details and info to come very soon," the distributor shared in an Instagram post on April 27.

Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.

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