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Hydration Therapy

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:07 PM

Dry hair, dry skin, dry nails. Your clients have it all! Time to hydrate them for the season. Try these three services to give clients extra pampering and give you extra profit:

Hair: Hydrating conditioning treatment. Between the weather, chemical treatments and hair color, many clients experience bone-dry hair this time of year. Offer an add-on service with a leave-in conditioning treatment to soften, hydrate and add shine to hair.

Skin: Entice clients into your spa with hydrating facials and body treatments. Don’t forget to sell them a few bottles of hydrating lotions on their way out the door.

Nails: Paraffin dips for hands and feet instantly soften and smooth. For even more oomph, coat hands with extra-thick lotion and give feet a softening mask before beginning a manicure/pedicure.

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