The Eve & Adam Beauty Clinic was established in 2003 by Sally-Anne Shepherd with the goal of bringing the best in skincare and beauty treatments to St Albans.
Sally appreciates the personality and uniqueness that St Albans independent businesses bring to the community. We are delighted to announce that the Eve & Adam Beauty Clinic have partnered with Youth Talk in supporting young people in our local community with their emotional wellbeing.
As a St Albans local, and a single mother herself, our charities vision is especially close to Sally’s heart and she is keen to support our service however she can.
When asked why the Eve & Adam Beauty Clinic wanted to partner with Youth Talk, Sally, stated:
“We chose Youth Talk as our chosen charity because we are all too aware how mental health is in crisis – especially amongst the young. Being in the health and wellbeing industry, we are encountering more desperate young people in turmoil, especially since the pandemic. It’s important for me personally that my business can raise awareness of the charity and direct people to find the right support”
Sally-Anne ShepherdDirector of the Eve & Adam Beauty Clinic
Fundraising is off to a flying start
Sally and her team of Beauty Therapists have immediately got underway with fundraising.
They’re hosting a raffle up until Christmas, providing customers with the opportunity to win a luxury hamper filled with fabulous products. They are also donating £1 for every bag a client takes when purchasing a product.
Jacqueline attends the Dermalux launch event
Our Fundraising, Jacqueline Martin attended the Eve & Adam Dermalux product launch on Thursday 3rd November.
Jac spoke with clients and met with Sally’s team of beauticians to tell them all about the free counselling service Youth Talk provide.
Whilst the salon provides a calming, therapeutic space for clients to go for a treatment and to come away feeling amazing, Youth Talk provides local young people with a safe place to talk about what’s on their mind. We are each focused on improving people’s well-being and firmly believe that talking helps.
What’s equally exciting, is that the Salon is already thinking ahead to other fundraising events and ideas in the new year!
What it means to Youth Talk
David Barker, Chief Executive of Youth Talk commented:
In St Albans we’ve a fantastic community spirit, so partner your business, or book a coffee to find out more.
Together we can make a difference in the emotional and mental well-being of our local young people.