The Beauty of Lockdown

A holistic therapist from Shropshire has made the most of lockdown and moved part of her beauty business online.

Sarah Hodnett, an award winning therapist, has been putting her teaching qualifications to good use to devise and host a number of online workshops on subjects such as aromatherapy, self-massage and make-up. To make the online experience special, relevant products including cleansers, face oil and tea light candles are sent in the post for clients to use during the workshop.

Sarah said, “I’ve been offering online workshops and skin consultations to replicate the salon experience.”

Having set up her business nine years ago, Sarah has built a loyal customer base as well as over 4,000 followers across her social media platforms who are regularly offered free tips and events such as a tea time facial.

Over the years, Sarah has helped raise funds for Severn Hospice, the Shrewsbury Street Pastors, West Midlands Search & Rescue and Cruse Bereavement Care with pamper events. She is also the regional coordinator of Look Good Feel Better UK working closely with beauty consultant volunteers who help ladies struggling with the visible side effects of cancer with monthly skincare and make-up workshops

As an independent business located in the heart of Shrewsbury, Sarah has recently joined Shrewsbury Business Chamber and was delighted support the ‘Shrewsbury’s Open’ campaign earlier this year.

CAPTION: Shrewsbury beauty therapist Sarah Hodnett.

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