The owner of an aesthetics clinic in Stockton Heath is looking forward to returning to work after spending the past 12 months helping out on the frontline of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Joe Holt owns BRHAIVE clinic, pronounced brave, and runs the business on London Road with aesthetic practitioner Chloe Menzies.

The duo have been working for the NHS and in emergency services while their clinic has been closed during each of the national and local lockdowns but they are keen to get back to the day job and give people a confidence boost as restrictions ease.

The clinic, which specialises in natural, safe enhancements to the lips, cheeks, jaw and chin, opened last October but quickly closed when Warrington went into lockdown.

Joe said: “We are excited about reopening to our new and existing clients.

“We have been so grateful to all of our clients who have supported us despite the setbacks of the pandemic.

“Fortunately, we’ve both been kept busy working in the NHS and emergency services but it’s refreshing to come back and make everyone look and feel amazing after the tough times we’re all faced.”

The clinic is hoping to team up with BRHAIVE salon and other local businesses in the future to offer total transformations from the inside out.

Joe added: “We want to break the stigma around aesthetics and encourage people to feel BRHAIVE (brave) in their own skin, encouraging self acceptance and confidence.”