702 Small Business Awards

One room one therapist beauty salon provides quiet exclusive treatment

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One

Lemon Sublime Skin and Beauty Salon in Sandton is owned by Hayley Fontaine. Nominated by loyal client Tina Ferreira, who says she especially appreciates how Hayley will work out a customised programme of action for clients and go the extra mile.

Chris Fontaine, Hayley's husband spoke to Xolani Gwala on 702, because Hayley is deaf and asked him to speak on her behalf.

Chris says she used to work in one of Johannesburg's biggest and most well known spas, but found the need to time watching stressful and she wanted to give the best to her clients.

She wanted to be in control of the treatment rooms and the time sh had for each client, so that she could give of her best.

Chris Fontaine, hayley Fontaine's husband

He says the one room, one therapist salon is what gives it that special exclusive quiet and relaxing atmosphere.

Hayley is passionate about her work. She is also partnering with an NGO for HIV and abandoned babies to try and give back to the community.

Listen to the interview below:

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