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New Path to Hydration

September 28, 2012 | 6:42 AM

Turn your clients’ after-treatment rinse off into a skin hydrating wellness shower. Designed to enhance the benefits of treatments and further hydrate the skin, this water purification and enhancement system has been installed in recent months at spas around the country, including the Murad Medical Spa in El Segundo, California and the Grand Spa at MGM Grand and Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The system uses reduced negative ions and volcanic minerals to purify and pamper, increasing hydration in the skin and hair by 115 percent, and soothing the skin. According to the company, this is in contrast to a typical hot shower, which can cause 600 percent more chlorine and other volatile chemicals to be absorbed into the skin than if a person drank the same un-filtered water all day.

Now after a client partakes in a hydration treatment, they can continue the great benefits by finishing off their time at the spa with a wellness shower to seal in extra moisture and help improve the skin’s appearance, health and wellness. The Wellness Shower can also be retailed for clients’ homes for every day hydration. For more information on the shower, visit www.wellnessshower.com.

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