Showing posts with label vacuum/spray. Show all posts
Showing posts with label vacuum/spray. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Vac-Spray Beauty Benefits

When I get a facial, I am always so amazed by how clean my skin is! Quite simply, during a facial, you are getting a clean that you simply can't get at home. What are you using to achieve this deep clean?

One of the best, most effective ways to clear out the pores is with suction! A vacuum is used just like a household vacuum. It cleans the pores by suctioning out the embedded dirt and oil. While the suction cleans, the vacuum provides a penetrating massage and stimulates blood flow.

The spray is used to flush out these freshly vacuumed pores, to thoroughly clean the surface of the skin. The spray can be used with water to rinse, moisten, or soothe the skin. Also great to use with products!

Interested, but on a budget? Take a look at the Encore Table Top Vacuum / Spray Two Function Machine! At this low price, after use in 2 services, it is pure profit.

However, my top pick is the Silhouet-Tone Cirrus Vac Spray!

Vac Spray Includes:
  • 1 blackhead cupping glass: to loosen comedones in difficult areas like the nose, chin, and ears. It's used prior to manual extraction.
  • 1 anti-wrinkle cupping glass: increases blood circulation; oxygenates the skin and stimulates cell nutrition.
  • 1 facial massage cupping glass: provides intense oxygenation of the skin through blood and lymph circulation. Ideal for eye treatments.
Want to see some more options, click here! No matter what you choose, this is proven to be an effective unit to provide a deep clean, and boost client satisfaction!

Friday, February 8, 2019

Vacuum / Spray Facial Machine Troubleshooting - This Common Mistake Can FRY Your Vacuum / Spray Equipment... READ THIS NOW!

Do you use a vacuum/spray unit in your facials? This equipment is so effective to assist in getting a really nice, deep clean for all skin types.

We recently had a client who was having some trouble with her vacuum/spray unit, and it was found that at some point, the unit was set up incorrectly. In talking to the manufacturer's technician, they told us they see this trouble often, so I wanted to share this important information with our readers!

vacuum/spray unit is a fairly simple piece of equipment to use, but the trouble is that the setup for the vacuum side and the spray side is the same - usually the same color tubing is attached to either an input for the vacuum (which sucks inward), or an output for the spray (which sprays outward).

If the tubing for the spray bottle is attached to the vacuum input, water or liquid can be sucked into the equipment. Once water has made its way into the innards of the unit, it can cause damage to the motor, and eventually cause the motor to seize or stop working. All it takes is 1 time - even if the error is realized almost immediately - if a small amount of water is pulled into the unit, it could eventually cause damage you can't see.

Take a look at the photos below - these are the inside of a vacuum/spray unit that has gotten water inside, and stopped working:


In order to prevent this from happening, we strongly suggest marking the hoses and coinciding connector on the machine with color coding to help ensure the equipment is set up properly. Something as simple as, for example, a red dot of nail polish on the hose and a red dot above the corresponding connector for the vacuum and a different color for the spray hose/connector can make all the difference in keeping your equipment working as it should!

Your hands and your equipment are the lifeblood of your business - a quick marking can keep it running properly!