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Welcome to Beauty Therapist Insurance

Finding the right Insurance for Beauty Therapists can be difficult.

That is why coming to Beauty Therapist Insurance was a good decision. Whether you are looking for Beautician Insurance, Indian Head Massage Insurance or Insurance for Complementary Therapists you have come to the right place.

We have over 20 years experience of the Beauty Therapy Insurance Market. We have identified companies who can offer competitive, online Liability Insurance for Beauty Therapists.

Enter the Therapy you would like cover for in the box opposite. Our predictive system will do the rest for you.

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50 Top Therapies

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Please type in your therapy in the box below. Our predictive system will show you a range of therapies which match your entry.

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What does the policy cover?

Full retroactive cover yes
£4 Million Public Liability Insurance yes
Professional Indemnity Cover yes
Medical Malpractice yes
Teaching & Student Work yes
Libel & Slander Cover yes
Temporary Trips abroad are covered without a time limit (ex USA and Canada) yes
Loss of documents cover included £50,000 yes
Legal and Taxation Package yes

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