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

Friday, May 19, 2017

Non-Surgical Esthetic Treatments On The Rise

In an April 2017 article from SkinInc.com, it's reported that the North America esthetic services market are estimated to be worth $28.15 billion by the year 2024, increasing at a CAGR of 7.7% for each year.

This data was gathered through a recent Transparency Market Report. According to the Skin Inc.
article, the report broke up esthetic services into surgical services, non-surgical services, and reconstr­uctive procedures. Surgical services were the largest portion of the market share with 43.6% in 2015.

Though not the largest segment, non-surgical services have begun to gain in popularity. Among the most popular non-surgical service treatments were derma fillers, which represented 68.7% of the non-surgical market share.

I have noticed that many spas here on Long Island are adding these types of services with the participation of a licensed Physician. It's a great way to keep facial clients' business "in house" for all their beauty needs.

Check out the entire article here: Skin Inc.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

How To Identify Your Client Needs by Skin Inc. Magazine

I found some useful tips for Spa owners in an article by Assistant editor, Kristen 
Ask & Listen.
Communication & Body Language
hold the key.
Wegrzyn for Skin Inc Magazine . The article is titled, "Reflections: Identify Client Needs, Tap Into Opportunities

Wegrzyn's tips include, "Start by asking your clients open-ended questions to learn about their lives—what interests them, what causes them stress, but also pay attention to their nonverbal communication—what is their body language telling you? This may provide insight to what’s hiding beneath their skin, allowing you to pinpoint a new way to provide them care. You may be able to turn an always stressed out waxing client into a monthly massage client, or a massage client into a regular facial client—simply by paying closer attention to what’s right in front of you." Now that is sound advice!





Friday, February 13, 2015

Spa Uses Home Grown Honey to Slather Guests

"Honey makes the skin silky smooth..."
Honey is not just for tea and toast!

At the Jumeirah Frankfurt's Talise Spa in Frankfurt, Germany it's also used for slathering all over your body with a paste of granulated fruit. Named the, "The Skyline Honey Treatment", the honey is gathered from the hotel's own rooftop hives. Great way to turn a hum drum body treatment into something extraordinary. Read more here: The Daily Mail (London)

Don't have your own hive but like this idea? Check out our Honey Products!

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Trending Now: Newborn Spa Services?

Kids and spa services has been a steadily growing trend over the last few years. You can always find a few young ones getting their mani/pedi at any nail salon. My niece had her 6th birthday party at a spa for her and her friends and she regularly goes to the nail salon. Many spas now offer teen facials, pre-teen facials and other services to prime them for a life time love of the industry.

The new trend is now services for babies. Yep, you read that correctly, babies. A new spa just opened in Texas that is for babies, the first of its kind in the United States. They don't offer the typical spa services, after all, we're all trying to get our skin as soft and youthful looking as a baby! What they do is combine infant massage with water therapy.

The benefits of infant massage are similar to the what an adult experiences with some awesome additions. It helps create a strong relaxation (think restful sleeping babies!), aids in digestion, stimulates neurological development, muscle development, helps develop a sense of healthy touch and bonding among a laundry list of other benefits.

Could this be the next explosive trend in the industry?

Check them out here:  Float Baby

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Easing Your Clients' Allergies and Increasing Profit!!!

Depending on where you live, you may have noticed more and more people sneezing and rubbing their eyes. The dreaded allergy season is upon many of us here and it's driving everyone nuts!

A great way to increase revenue is by simply offering an allergy season add-on to your current treatment menu.

Essential oils are an extremely cost effective way to provide additional benefits to your clients especially those suffering from allergies.

The following essential oils are great for providing much needed relief from itchy watery eyes, sneezing and congestion:

ESS Globulus Eucalyptus Pure Essential Oil 
Eucalyptus is a great multipurpose oil that has been shown to have anti inflammatory properties. It works wonders on congestion, headaches and aids in breathing.

ESS Peppermint Pure Essential Oil 
Peppermint is also great for opening up the sinuses and easing headaches.

ESS® Pure Essential Lemon Oil 
Lemon is particularly good for beating those winter blues and helping clear out allergy issues. It also has antibacterial properties!

ESS® Cypress Pure Essential Oil 
This lesser known oil is amazing for chest ailments to help ease breathing and suppress coughing fits.


If you are looking for one big allergy blend to either market within an existing facial or to make a great allergy massage oil, mix lavender, lemon and peppermint! It creates an amazing aroma that may produce instant relief for allergy symptoms!

The possibilities to incorporate and market an allergy relief special can be as unique as you and your business are! Once your clients feel the added benefit of these oils you can also retail the oils!