Spas, aesthetic clinics and beauty salons in Southeast Asia are seeing business pick up after lockdowns to curb the spread of coronavirus, even though international travel is still restricted. Reassuring customers about safety is one way to draw them back, as Belo Medical Group staff in the Philippines demonstrate. Spas, aesthetic clinics and beauty salons in Southeast Asia are seeing business pick up after lockdowns to curb the spread of coronavirus, even though international travel is still restricted. Reassuring customers about safety is one way to draw them back, as Belo Medical Group staff in the Philippines demonstrate.
Spas, aesthetic clinics and beauty salons in Southeast Asia are seeing business pick up after lockdowns to curb the spread of coronavirus, even though international travel is still restricted. Reassuring customers about safety is one way to draw them back, as Belo Medical Group staff in the Philippines demonstrate.

Facelifts and Covid-19: patients having major cosmetic surgery with no social events to attend and everyone masking up, Southeast Asia beauty clinics report

  • Southeast Asia is out of bounds for overseas tourists, but local demand for beauty treatments and post-pandemic pampering helps the beauty industry recover
  • Spas and clinics are adjusting to a changing market, opening in suburbs for the work-from-home crowd or giving telemedicine consultations to overseas clients

Topic |   Beauty
Spas, aesthetic clinics and beauty salons in Southeast Asia are seeing business pick up after lockdowns to curb the spread of coronavirus, even though international travel is still restricted. Reassuring customers about safety is one way to draw them back, as Belo Medical Group staff in the Philippines demonstrate. Spas, aesthetic clinics and beauty salons in Southeast Asia are seeing business pick up after lockdowns to curb the spread of coronavirus, even though international travel is still restricted. Reassuring customers about safety is one way to draw them back, as Belo Medical Group staff in the Philippines demonstrate.
Spas, aesthetic clinics and beauty salons in Southeast Asia are seeing business pick up after lockdowns to curb the spread of coronavirus, even though international travel is still restricted. Reassuring customers about safety is one way to draw them back, as Belo Medical Group staff in the Philippines demonstrate.
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