Showing posts with label spa botox. Show all posts
Showing posts with label spa botox. Show all posts

Friday, October 11, 2013

The New Botox? Offer Oxygen Facials to Excite Your Clients

Red carpet celebrities are touting the benefits and results of oxygen facials left and right these days. Are you offering this non-invasive, effective treatment to your clients?

Oxygen Facials, made popular by Red-Carpet celebs
including Madonna, firm, hydrate, and plump the skin.
Unlike many of the invasive treatments (including Botox, fillers, peels, etc.) beauty clients are turning to these days, the Oxygen facial is non-invasive and even restorative. We are bombarded daily by toxins, which takes a toll on our bodies and our skin. It is said that we receive less oxygen now than ever before, and environmental toxins are taking their toll on our skin.

An oxygen facial entails applying pressurized oxygen, with a serum to the skin. The extra oxygen helps open the pores to deliver the fine particles of moisturizing serum deep into the skin, packing a powerful hydration punch. The result? Plump, dewy, firm, smooth skin - the perfect palette for applying makeup for a big event!

Offering Oxygen Facials, which celebs such as Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, and Gwenyth Paltrow touting the amazing effects, can help boost your spa business, and offering it as an add-on is a great idea. Since makeup can be applied immediately following an oxygen facial, offering "Special Event" packages incorporating the Oxygen Facial with make up application will be sure to make your spa the "go-to" location to get ready for any event!

Pure Spa Direct offers a range of Oxygen Machines to suit your business:


While you are visiting Pure Spa Direct, be sure to browse through our extensive facial category - we have everything you need to provide your clients the best facials in town!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Injecting Profits into Spas - Call the Doctor to Give Clients a Lift


Injectables offer spa clients more dramatic
and youthful results. 
There comes a time in any client's skincare regime when they have exhausted the routine of facials, microderm packages, masks and creams in their quest to stay youthful - they want more. Many small spa businesses and estheticians find themselves trying to decide what to add to their menu as a next level of treatment to address more aggressive signs of aging for these types of clients.  Some will opt for purchasing or leasing IPL machines, lasers, or various types of equipment in hopes of helping clients reach that next level of rejuvenation.  But with these types of units costing $10,000 - $40,000 (and results varying client to client), the investment can sometimes go bust.  Not to mention, if your competitor down the street gets the same unit, sales for these services can quickly go flat.

"Injectable Fillers for age conscious clients compliment
skin care services spas already offer."  -Dr. Joel Lamm
(Photo: 2 days post cheek injections, Botox & Juvaderm XC)
Recently, I took my mom to see my dermatologist, Dr. Joel Lamm, for his signature "Liquid Face Lift". My 64 year-old working mom sees Dr. Lamm to "work his magic," lifting, plumping, sculpting and filling her badly aged face with Botox and Juvederm XC.  Not only is this "Liquid Face Lift" a serious confidence booster, she feels it is important not to look her age in this tumultuous job market (but that is a whole other blog).  She, like many other spa clients, had exhausted her efforts of anti-aging facials, peels and microderm treatments and was ready for a serious boost of beauty.

While there with my mom, Dr. Lamm told me in addition to his dermatology practice on Long Island, he has begun seeing clients at a popular day spa in Tribeca.  He visits once a month to see the spa's existing and new clients who want Botox, Juvederm, Restylane or "the works" - aka the Liquid Lift my mom gets.  He explained this mutually beneficial arrangement with the spa allows him to expand his clientele, while the spa gets to offer top-notch injectable services that clients want.

This arrangement makes sense.  When a client is ready for a dramatic and long-lasting boost of beauty - why should they leave the spa and go seek out a dermatologist, why lose that business?  This type of working relationship benefits all parties.

  • Spa retains clients and keeps offerings current
  • Spa attracts new clients interested in fillers - but wary of Physician's offices
  • Dermatologist and Spa share revenue from service
  • Dermatologist sees clients once a month - doesn't pay rent for a second location
  • Clients get to have treatment in a comfortable environment they trust and know
  • Clients get to look drastically better, and still visit the spa for facials and treatments in between injections.
  • One-stop beauty for spa and esthetic clients

So how should you find a reputable dermatologist that will be a good fit for your business?  Check with Allergan, http://www.botoxcosmetic.com/FAD.aspx.  They have a website that allows you to locate a certified Physician who  performs injectables.  Contact them and start a dialog!  My advice, stick with a dermatologist or plastic surgeon.  Sorry, but I would not take my mom to see a podiatrist that is certified to inject Botox! Dr. Lamm is located in Hicksville, NY - http://www.lammdermatology.com/ and specializes in creating natural looking (but astounding) effects with injectables.