Showing posts with label flu. Show all posts
Showing posts with label flu. Show all posts

Friday, November 10, 2017

Product Of The Week: Aromafloria Sinus Help Inhalation Beads

Happy Friday!

Now that cold and flu season has been hitting areas hard, do you have any items on hand to ease congestion?

Aromafloria Sinus Help Inhalation Beads are an excellent, effective and affordable item everyone should have at their retail counter this season. We had a bottle here in the office and I purchased one as a gift for my mother last year - amazing!  A year later, and my mother still talks about how these helped clear her head.

These powerful little beads are full of eucalyptus, peppermint and lemongrass to easy congestion and boost the stuffiest of moods. They come with a cute little pouch to fill with the beads making inhalation easy and portable.  You don't have to fill the pouch up completely as a little can go a long way, depending on the level of congestion.

Did I mention these are only $5.50 each? Have a tester bottle nearby, offer it to clients to try or try it on them during a service if they are congested! Retailing at $10.00 makes it appealing to clients as well, especially once they've had a chance to smell (and feel!) how great this is.

These make great impulse item purchases, gifts and you can easily use them as an add on "boost"!


Thursday, January 17, 2013

Drink Your Way To Feeling Better This Winter Season


Cold and flu season is upon us and one of the essential feel-better items for many is a nice, hot cup of tea. 

While regular tea with honey is a common go to remedy, there are teas designed especially for respiratory, breathing and immune support. Each type of tea contains a specific combination of herbs that have been shown to support and boost the immune system, help with breathing and ease sore throat discomfort. 

This winter season instead of reaching for regular tea why not try some of the great herbal teas like these:



These are great items to retail or as a nice treat for clients while they wait or are receiving a particular treatment to make them feel extra special and show how much you care about their well-being, not just their patronage.