Spa Equipment

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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Sure, the service, cost, and location are all important to a spa's success, but it's the spa equipment that your clients will remember. Any spa can provide the essentials--a warm bath, a massage, a skin wrap, an exfoliation. So why do some spas enjoy world-class reputations while others struggle for survival?

The answer is simple. The spas that make their customers feel relaxed in every conceivable way are the ones with the repeat business. This means you as a business owner must constantly be on the look-out for spa equipment that one-ups your competition. If they go out and purchase a brand new state-of-the-art whirlpool, you need to install one as well--and preferably one that can fold their laundry and serve a cup of tea at the same time.

Spa Equipment for the 21st Century

Since most spas are generally indistinguishable from one another, it's helpful to find a gimmick to set you apart. An oxygen bar is an ideal choice because it's catchy, fun, and promotes overall well-being, which is the mission of any reputable spa. And, of course, cleanliness is a major factor at any spa, which makes oxygen bars even better. The nasal cannula is changed with each user, so there are no parts to clean (except the bottles, of course).

Your clients who originally came for a full-body massage will begin to stay for the invigorating oxygen. They can belly up to the bar after their treatment is complete and enjoy stand-alone service. Or they can opt for an oxygen infusion while they're receiving their skin treatment or wax job. Whichever they choose, your clients are likely to have a far more memorable trip than they'd otherwise have without these extras.

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