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Wellbeing is the word on everyone’s lips currently as we are becoming more aware of the importance of self-care and how we look after our physical and emotional health. Salons are experiencing increasing requests from clients for in-salon body therapy treatments and effective homecare for ongoing results and wellbeing.

The spa range from Eve Taylor London is the ideal solution for those looking for a body therapy range that ticks all the boxes. Whether you’re a large spa, high-street salon, or sole therapist, the spa body range is comprehensive enough to cover all client needs yet compact enough to not overwhelm or complicate.

From relaxation and pampering, to holistic and complementary therapies, to results-focused treatments, the range offers full versatility and enables the professional therapist to promote a rounded selection of services for the body.

The range was developed with both wet room and dry room set-ups in mind, meaning shower facilities are not required for any of the treatments, opening up the offering to all business models.

The spa body range harnesses nature’s finest ingredients by combining aromatherapy and algotherapy to synergistically work together to bring about balance and wellbeing as part of the ultimate spa body treatment experience.

Perfect preparation

The range offers a selection of products to prepare the client’s skin, including its dry body brush and aromatic soap-free body cleansers.

Clients will greatly benefit from Salt & Seaweed Scrub, a deceptively abrasive exfoliant powder, which is made from sea salt and seaweed to effectively slough away dulling skin cells while releasing mineral elements from the micronized seaweed, renowned for its detoxifying properties, leaving the skin with superior smoothness and soft tex ture.

Designed to be mixed with oil, Salt & Seaweed Scrub gives the ultimate spa-style exfoliation and is the perfect skin prep for all types of body treatment.

Aromatic delight

The selection of products to treat concerns includes pre-blended aromatherapy body massage oils, which can be selected for use with Swedish and aromatherapy-style massage techniques. With six in the range, select a blend for how the client feels.

Anti-stress Body Massage Oil is the brand’s best seller, and for good reason. With the majority of clients experiencing some form of stress, the unique blend of sweet orange and mandarin, coupled with a fragrant hint of lavender, creates a soothing and relaxing effect to those with a tired body, stress and tension.

Aromatic body serums target concerns one step further. Hand blended using a time-honoured technique developed by the founder back in 1963, these unchanged recipes have stood the test of time and can be applied to the body to target stress and tension, detoxify to improve skin tone, and uplift those who require a boost. Available in professional strength and designed to be applied under body masks or wraps, these formulations represent aromatherapy at its finest.

Targeted wraps

Body wraps are a main element to the spa body therapy range. Using the power of algotherapy, the range offers two options for full-body treatments.

Marine Mud is a finely ground, calcified seaweed, which has a high effectiveness for the body. Rich in calcium and magnesium, it also contains significant levels of other minerals to replenish tone and vitality to the body, while helping to cleanse and purify those with dimpled, orange peel skin.

Clients who want to achieve deep relaxation or the ultimate in body conditioning can benefit from Hydrathermal Body Wrap, a seaweed-based formulation with a unique progressive heating action to create the feeling of wellbeing, soothing the mind and body, and revitalising with a tonic of vitamins and trace elements.

Both body wraps cocoon the client and may be used with general spa sheeting or compression bandages. They are easily removed from the skin with damp mitts, eliminating the need for shower facilities and ensuring an uninterrupted treatment.

For targeted part-body treatments, Toning Mask is the ideal mask for its firming effects. Formulated with marine alginate, which rubberises on the skin’s surface, it allows an improved tone and texture, firming the skin’s contours and moisturising while at the same time giving an instantaneous tonic and refreshing feel as it is peeled away.

Protect and nurture

The range boasts a selection of gels and moisturisers in varying textures and weights, to keep skin in tip -top condition.

Both Ice Tone, and Active Rub are gel options for those with localised discomfort and offer soothing actions using cooling and warming essential oils.

The offering of moisturisers comes in varying consistencies, depending on preference and skin concern. Rescue & Repair Moisturiser is a favourite choice of therapists and clients alike, with its readily absorbed lightweight texture making it an ideal option for all skin types. With a skin-drenching blend of vitamins, hyaluronic acid and chamomile, this moisturiser helps to rejuvenate skin and defend against the elements.

For times when a heavier consistency is needed, Moisturising Body Butter is designed to optimise emollience to the most lipid-dry areas of the body. This ultra-rich butter nurtures the skin with lipids and fatty acids, smoothing and imparting superior softness.

The spa body range also includes a wide selection of retail options. These affordable home-use formulations will complement treatments and ensure clients experience ongoing results while driving additional revenue to the business.

To learn more about the spa range from Eve Taylor London, or call 01733 260161

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