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Noel Asmar introduces eco-friendly face shields for therapists
26 Jun 2020 . BY Megan Whitby
The face shields are reusable and recyclable / Noel Asmar Uniforms
We saw a need to introduce a stylish, discrete face shield that looks and feels friendlier while protecting the wearer
– Noel Asmar
Noel Asmar Uniforms has unveiled discrete protective face shields for close contact treatments.

The global spa uniform designer has revealed the re-usable and recyclable shields as a continuation of its design-sensitive approach towards PPE and as a solution to elevate therapists’ confidence and professionalism as they return to spas following the pandemic.

“Aestheticians and medi-service providers are heading back to work to provide facials and other close-contact treatments,” said founder Noel Asmar, “many were asking us what they could do to enhance their own safety from exposure – especially since their clients often can’t wear a mask during their treatment.

“Shields and visors are important but the imposing ones are yet another barrier impacting the personal, peaceful spa experience,” she continued, “we saw a need to introduce a stylish, discrete face shield that looks and feels friendlier while protecting the wearer.”

The headband-free product features a visor attached to translucent eye frames to minimise the impersonal nature of the protective gear. Asmar decided to develop the shield with a wrap-around design in order to provide optimal coverage for therapists.

The non-medical shields are also easy to combine with prescription glasses and face masks.

Each kit is priced at US$10 (€9, £8) for a set of frames and two shields, with the extra shield enabling one to be worn while the other is sanitized in between treatments.
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