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    7 Next-Gen Spa Gadgets to Stretch Out the Spa Experience

    Promote wellness while increasing your profits and rebookings by offering these home spa products along with your services.

    A great spa experience doesn’t have to end at your business’ front door. It also involves recommending products that allow clients to look and feel great beyond the spa. A slate of high-tech beauty gadgets designed with the latest advancements can help bring an almost spa-quality experience to work, home, or on the road.

    It’s a win-win for everyone — partnering with these product brands can diversify your offerings and boost profits, and your customers can keep feeling their best for longer, knowing they’re getting professionally recommended treatments even when they can’t make it out to the spa. Plus, making health and beauty care part of their natural routine ensures wellness is a priority, keeping future appointments at the front of their mind. Read on to see some of our recommendations.

    Theragun massager

    If your customers are looking for something to supplement their workout regimen and maintain muscle health, you’ll want to direct them to the Theragun massager from Therabody. Theragun provides full-body deep tissue massage, with an ergonomic grip and ultra-quiet motors, so customers can get professional-quality fitness recovery from the comfort of their home. They also come in a variety of models — the mini design is handy for travel or stashing in a bag or car, while the PRO model offers even deeper muscle therapy and a rotating arm for maximum coverage. 

    If customers are looking to improve facial health, they can turn to the TheraFace PRO, which provides a wide variety of massage and other therapy options. There’s percussive therapy, LED light therapy with multiple light settings, hot and cold rings to improve skin health and reduce inflammation, and more. With the TheraFace PRO, your customers can ensure their skin is looking healthy and bright between sessions. But don’t just take our word for it — find out why InStyle calls the TheraFace PRO “the Dyson of face tools.”

    RoseSkinCo Lumi

    If your customers are looking to touch up unwanted body hair between laser hair removal or waxing sessions, the Lumi IPL hair removal handset by RoseSkinCo will more than fit the bill. Lumi uses intense pulsed light to target hair follicles at the root, providing long-term hair removal after a handful of uses. The Lumi will last for however long touch-ups are needed as well, with a product lifespan of at least 30 years. It’s pain-free, doesn’t require any refills, and it’s easy to see results after only a handful (or leg-ful or arm-ful) of uses.

    Stimunail

    For anyone searching for nail treatment beyond the spa, StimuNail will help. StimuNail uses a combination of heat, massage, and red LED light to target the fingernail and cuticle area, stimulating healthy keratin nail cell development. It’s lightweight and portable, and the built-in rechargeable battery can last for weeks before you need to plug it in again. Just a few weeks of daily three-minute sessions can lead to impressive nail growth results — and an excellent opportunity for your spa to provide customers with a follow-up manicure.

    Droplette

    There are tons of options for facial creams, serums, and other topical ointments, but (like with taking your vitamins) your body can only absorb so much of it. Heck, keeping foreign substances out of your body is one of your skin’s most important jobs. That’s where Droplette comes in.

    Designed by MIT-trained scientists and originally built to treat rare skin conditions, Droplette uses a combination of pumps and piezoelectric transducers to transform dermatologist-formulated capsules into a fine mist and infuse them directly into your skin.

    The results? Some of the best facial treatment results you can get at home.

    SolaWave Advanced Skincare Wand

    The Advanced Skincare Wand by SolaWave gives your clients the power to reduce wrinkles, blemishes, dark circles and spots, and more with a handheld device. It combines four different technologies — microcurrents, red LED light therapy, low-vibration massage, and therapeutic warming — to promote healthy and glowing skin and achieve maximum results when paired with serums, facial mists, or moisturizers. Plus, its small size means it can be carried anywhere, and its micro-USB port makes it easily rechargeable.

    Meejee facial globes

    Not every gadget needs to be a $100+ expense. These facial globes from Meejee are made from borosilicate glass and can be used for quick cold or warm facial massages. They help promote healthy skin by improving circulation, removing wrinkles and dark circles, and can even relieve tension and sinus pain. The best part? At $29.99 a pair, they won’t break the bank.

    Foreo Luna 3

    Few devices work to keep your face clean and vibrant as well as the Foreo Luna 3. This device uses a combination of silicone bristles and transdermal pulses to massage cleansers into your skin, and the companion app provides multiple levels of control and interactive skin care routines. It’s portable, easy to clean, hygienic, and long-lasting — the Luna 3 can last for up to 650 uses on a single charge. There’s also a Luna 3 Men which works to cleanse thicker skin and facial hair, and the Luna 3 go, which is even more compact for travel. Either way you go, you’re going to find a deeper clean that will leave you energized.

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