Showing posts with label sedona. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sedona. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Waterproof Treatment Table?

One of my favorite things is discussing with clients their menu options (you didn't think we're just order takers, right? We live for this industry!) and bringing new treatments in.

Over the years, many clients have held back from offering treatments that involve mud or water, if they don't have a wet table and vichy shower (want to bring those in? click here to check out financing!) for mess concerns. While the Lotus Touch Seaweed Gel Wrap is a phenomenal option (seriously, check out this post for why it's a #1 choice for many small businesses looking for big profit with no mess), for clients looking to expand into things like muds, there's another solution!

The Waterproof Spa Treatment Sheet Set is just the thing needed to crush it this season with body wraps! It not only keeps moisture out, it's also machine washable! The set includes a fitted sheet and face cradle cover, and did I mention it's under $20? For less than $20 you can transform your treatment table into a body wrap sanctuary!

Not sure what mud to start with? Here are some top favorites from our clients all across the globe:

Raw Alaska Glacial Mineral Mud - this is my all time favorite mud. The quality is unparalleled, you can choose from powder or pre-mixed, and there are retail items to boost sales even more. It also happens to be the most mineral rich mud on the market. Want to know more? Click here for more on how and why you should consider this line.

Moor Mud - this was my favorite mud before I tried the Alaska mud. While the options don't include lavender or peppermint like the Alaska mud, take a look at this as well!

Sedona Mud - this is a red mud that one of our 5 star resort clients has on hand at all times. The one they prefer is this one by Spa Pantry, their clients love the scent!

European Rose Body Mud - Nourish + Moisturize + Heal + Replenish by Biotone- I used this in my massage practice and it was a client favorite. A cream based mud with hydrating oils like sunflower and avocado, this leaves the skin feeling silky smooth

Take a look at all of the different body wrap options here, after adding the waterproof treatment table to your cart!

Not sure what else you need to get started now that you've got a waterproof table? Give us a call or shoot me an email (christine@purespadirect.com) and I'd be happy to help!


Friday, May 13, 2011

Mud, Mud, and Moor Mud: Part 1

So mud... its just dirt and water, right? Wrong! Some of the most intensive and effective treatments that you can offer include mud as THE main ingredient. In addition, treatments can vary based upon where a type of mud originates. To help you navigate the murky waters, so to speak, of the various kinds of muds Pure Spa Direct has available, we will be doing a weekly segment explaining the origin and benefits of a specific kind of mud.

The first type of mud up for discussion is Sedona Mud. Farmed from the Southwest United States, this mud is extremely rich in minerals such as Iron, Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium. The iron works to open the pores and draw out toxins all the while also softening the skin at the same time. A Sedona Mud Wrap is an excellent detox treatment, especially for those clients who are plagued dry skin. Repeated treatments can lead to softer, healthier and more vibrant skin.

My favorite of all the Sedona Mud options is the SPA PANTRY Sedona Mud Blend. Coming in either a 4 ounce size or a 1 gallon container, it arrives completely mixed and ready to be applied to your clients. Simply paint it on with a body brush and allow it to dry. To prolong the treatment, thus making it more effective, spray a fine mist of water onto your clients' skin about 15-20 after original application. After about 30-40 minutes total, rinse your client off in a shower or with warm towels.
*INSIDER TIP* To customize the treatment, add your own blend of essential oils to the mud mixture. Between the lovely scent and your signature effort, it will surely be a treatment your client whill not soon forget.

CLICK HERE to see the Sedona Muds.

CLICK HERE to see Body Brushes.

CLICK HERE to see Essential Oils.