Showing posts with label soap sack. Show all posts
Showing posts with label soap sack. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Retail Must Have

It doesn't matter who your client is, winter effects us all!

Pro Tip: Keep these bad boys right on your counter! They are truly a no brainer purchase.

New England/Earthline - Sisal Soap Sack / Medium
Drop your favorite bar of soap into these little bags to exfoliate your body as the soap is worked into a lather. A cleansing massage using these products will stimulate circulation, remove dry skin, leaving skin vibrant, soft and healthy looking.

Made of Natural Sisal fibers and holds a regular size bar of soap.

Ideal for retail, gifts, and spa packages.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Just Sisal While You Work!


No, I did not spell "whistle" wrong, I am writing about  Sisal!

What is  Sisal?  According to Wikipedia:
"Sisal (Agave sisalana) is an agave that yields a stiff fibre traditionally used in making twine, rope and also dartboards. The term may refer either to the plant or the fibre, depending on context. It is sometimes incorrectly referred to as sisal hemp because hemp was for centuries a major source for fibre, so other fibres were sometimes named after it."
You might be asking yourself, OK Doug, what do Agave plant ropes have to do with spas/salons?  Well, it turns out that Sisal fibers are ALSO used to make a variety of exfoliation products... sponges, soap sacks, mitts, gloves, pads, brushes and more!

Sisal is used for deep exfoliation and massage of the skin, and it is frequently used dry. This type of rough exfoliation may take some getting used to, but it is a good way to slough off dead skin and reveal fresher, softer skin underneath.   Sisal is also very commonly used wet, in the shower (in a standard shower or during a Vichy Shower treatment), for slightly more gentle exfoliation.

Whether the Sisal is used wet or dry, it is best to begin with a gentle scrubbing until the skin becomes more used to the exfoliation of the sisal bristles, and then more pressure can be applied for a deeper exfoliating massage. Sisal can be used on the back as well as other rough places, such as the knees or feet, or even all over the body for a full-body exfoliating treatment. Sisal should not be used on more sensitive areas like the face.

Because the Sisal may also be able to improve circulation, some recommend always brushing in a circular motion, toward the heart. One may use a sisal brush every day, once a week, or as needed... any use can provide skin benefits!

So remember, if you offer exfoliation treatments or are looking for great retail items for home use... "Just Sisal While You Work!"

See Pure Spa Direct's Sisal Offerings Here:
http://www.purespadirect.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=sisal