Anti-Vaxxer Beauty Therapist

An anti-vax beauty therapist has said she will refuse to treat anyone who’s been vaccinated against coronavirus.

Sarah McCutcheon, based in Glasgow, wrote in a post on her business Instagram page that they will not treat anyone who’s had a COVID 19 jab.

The owner of Wellness and Wellbeing With Sarah commented on a post from an Australian hair salon that read: ‘We are not your hairdresser if you have had the COVID vax.’

She added that they agreed and wouldn’t conduct massages or treatments on any vaccinated people, and they were sorry, but not sorry.

The National Hair and Beauty Federation (NHBF) told a newspaper outlet that such a policy would go against Government guidance, which should be followed to keep customers protected.

When pressed to explain herself Ms McCutcheon wrote via her business page that many of her loyal long term customers follow a very natural path and that she wanted to ensure that they felt safe in the environment they came to relax in.

She said that there was no long term data to secure them at the moment, there were too many related illnesses and experimental vaccines that had caused numerous injuries.

The post said the company had been asking anyone inquiring about treatments whether or not they’d been vaccinated, and it added that to reduce repetition to single messages they’ve chosen to follow on and post that they won’t conduct treatments on any vaccinated person and that their personal preferences should be respected.

It comes after recent research carried out by Public Health England revealed the Pfizer jab was 96 per cent effective against hospitalisations from the Delta variant after two doses. Meanwhile, AstraZeneca is 92 per cent effective, but despite the jab’s phenomenal success, conspiracy theorists have continued to cast doubt on its safety and effectiveness on social media.

The NHBF said it closely follows COVID 19 guidance issued by the Scottish and UK governments, including that around the vaccine rollout, and the body told a newspaper outlet that the NHBF firmly advises that all hair and beauty professionals follow official government advice and guidelines to decrease the risk of coronavirus to customers and staff as well as their friends and family.

Ms McCutcheon’s Instagram page says she has 10 plus years of experience as a beauty therapist and has a Higher National Diploma (HND) in beauty therapy.

But all this is doing is cutting down her client base, and I doubt very much if anybody is going to be put off from being vaccinated because they’re desperate to stay being her customer, and I wonder how her business will fare? Because this doesn’t seem like a very clever business move.

And clearly, those that do stay are happy to pump their face full of Botox and put peroxide into their mouth to whiten their teeth, rather than having a COVID jab.

By all means, don’t have the vaccine if you don’t want it, but others shouldn’t be judged for having a different viewpoint and refusing to have them as clients, well, that’s just pure discrimination, but this discrimination is happening to all of us – those that don’t want the vaccine and even those people that can’t have it for medical reasons are being discriminated against.

It’s a person’s choice if they want it or not! But as for this lady, beauty and brains are not a combination she can brag about, and she said that she didn’t want vaccinated clients because many of her customers follow a very natural path, says the beauty therapist with a face caked in make-up full of toxins that absorb through the skin, fake eyelashes glued on, artificially whitened teeth, and a very suspiciously tight forehead that most likely didn’t come from rubbing cabbage leaves on it.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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