Thursday, March 1, 2018

Client Cool Down

There is no way around it, sometimes the treatments we are performing may not be the most comfortable. Often times there is a slight downtime or the client is leaving with a red or irritated face. What are you offering to boost your business and increase client satisfaction?

What about a cooling mask? Use a mask with the cooling effect to calm down skin after laser treatments, microderm, chemical peels, waxing, and more!

Algae Peel-Off Mask - Cold Cryogenic Mask 
This mask is both cooling and refreshing!
It stimulates cell vitality, promotes cell regeneration, tones, tightens, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and has strong antioxidant properties!

Besides using as post-treatment, this mask is great for damaged skin, hyperpigmentation, and aging skin.

You may have started your session with hot steam to open the pores. Now that the treatment is over, what about cold steam to close the pores?

The benefits of cold steam, do not end at a cooling effect.
Spa Masters Cold Facial Steamer

Benefits include:
  • Helps close pores - reduces the appearance of pores and refines skin to be instantly softer and smoother.
  • Instant cooling, soothing refreshment after facial treatments and dermatological treatments
  • Restores skin to a natural and healthy pH
  • Nurtures dehydrated skin
  • Sets and revitalizes makeup
  • Maximizing moisture retention before applying moisturizer
  • Safe all skin types and all ages
  • Instant hydration for dry skin
  • Plumps the surface of the skin for a more youthful appearance
See choices for a hot/cold steamer here!

Or add Magic Globes for the ultimate cooling finish

Chill this set and end with a globe massage. It has an endless amount of benefits, and immediately serves its purpose! They stimulate blood circulation and oxygenate skin.
Besides closing the pores, they tighten, relieve puffy eyes, treat sinus pain, headaches, and migraines!

Clean your Magic globes easily with alcohol and store them in the freezer, ice box, ice bowl or cool water. 


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