OCT 2018

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[ 50 ] • # dayspamagazine • october 2018 building blocks business boosters Even when off ering serene services and spaces, spa pros may succumb to workplace stress. That's when staff can benefi t from a book like Zen Your Work (Penguin Random House, 2018) by organizational psychologist, consultant and executive coach Karlyn Borysenko, PhD. Based on her own struggles in a toxic work environment, the author explains how to create the ideal professional experience from the inside out using practical mindfulness techniques. By taking responsibility for our actions, understanding our innate work style and discerning when and how to push outside our comfort zones, she says, we can ultimately achieve professional success, create game-changing relationships (even with diffi cult colleagues) and enjoy a better work-life balance. i t k t l d BOOK NOOK In today's on-demand culture, where consumers expect to get practically everything delivered right to their doors, offering mobile spa services makes good business sense. To help pros take their acts on the road, Spa Valet carts come fully stocked with everything they might need to bring pampering experiences into the privacy of a client's own home, hotel room and beyond. In addition to the cart itself, equipment includes a hot towel warmer, basalt massage stones, facial steamer, pedicure bowl, LED lamp and retractable nail shelf. You Can Take It With You As the popularity of LED light therapy continues to soar, spas may want to retail a take- home device to help guests maintain results between treatments. The portable FDA-approved Celluma POD complements professional services from the Celluma line by BioPhotas. Boasting the same 3-in-1 versatility of the original equipment's larger panels, the POD emits blue, red and near- infrared wavelengths to treat acne, wrinkles and pain. When clients express concerns about thinning, brittle or weak hair, spas can earn their loyalty and extra income by introducing them to the FDA-cleared iRestore Laser Hair Growth System . A newly expanded affi liate reseller program from device founder Freedom Laser Therapy now offers beauty and wellness pros a commission on each unit sold. "We're excited to make our hair restoration solution even more accessible for customers, and we look forward to working with our iRestore affi liates to open a new revenue model for their places of business," says Craig Nabat, CEO of Freedom Laser Therapy. Growth Opportunity Homeward Bound

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