The retailer has closed several of its locations across the country.
Sneeze guards and PPE are the new normal.
The product is the subject of thousands of consumer lawsuits over potential cancer-causing asbestos contamination.
The at-home teeth-straightening company says its reputation was “sullied” and business “unjustly harmed.”
Locations in San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Walnut Creek and Newport Beach were affected.
The retailer is beginning a slow and steady return to brick-and-mortar business.
Though planned well in advance of the coronavirus pandemic, the foray into retail is fortuitous timing for the on-demand beauty service app.
With the global events industry at a halt, the beauty festival company is still seeking new investment while being served with a lawsuit and reportedly laying off more employees.
The brand, which has struggled with slumping sales for years, is back after a 2014 exit.
Salons are ready to reopen, but with owners and consumers worried about safety, the experience looks a lot different.
Vitamins, supplements and even homeopathic remedies are experiencing unprecedented levels of demand during the coronavirus pandemic.