There are so many spa products out there, it's easy to become a little overwhelmed. On the one hand, if you're the owner of the spa, you have to decide which of these products you want to have available to your clients. On the other hand, if you're the client, you'd no doubt like some information about what's available in order to help yourself decide which ones you might like to avail yourself of. In both cases, we hope to make things a little simpler for you in this article. We'll discuss both the spa products mainly used inside the spa itself, as well as the products clients (and owners, for that matter) may also decide to use in their homes.
In general, with the possible exception of gloves, the kinds of spa products used more in the spa itself (and less in the home) are the ones that aren't replaced as often. Some of these products are related to massage treatments, the benefits of which are often touted by various health news sources. Besides tables and the stones (and warmers) used for hot stone massages, these types of products also contain bedding and cushions. In fact, some of the cushions are even designed for pregnant clients, for whom the benefits of a good massage can often be even more poignant.
Conversely, the kinds of products you and your clients will find yourselves frequently using in your homes are usually the same ones that are frequently replaced in the spa itself. For example, the various topical products used in facial treatments are usually included with the home facial kits that clients can buy. Another example would be the fact that some of the topical substances used in various massage treatments are also sold for home use. Self-tanning spray is another example of the kind of product that spas sometimes sell for clients to use in their homes. There are a number of ways that stocking a generous supply of these products can boost the bottom line of a spa, and we're going to take a look at few of them.
First, having these products available, and thus being able to offer a wider range of products and services, will increase your clients' satisfaction. In turn, your satisfied clients will refer other business to you by spreading valuable, word-of-mouth advertising among their friends and family members. In addition, they will keep coming back, increasing the lifetime value of every new customer you acquire.