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JAN 2014

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The War At Home "For home care, create a replenishment system that reminds client and esthetician that it's time for another spa visit." think she should be. "You might be worried about her dehydration, but if she's worried about blackheads, address that concern first," advises DeHaven. "Gain her trust and show her some results, then move on to hydration." Conclude all visits with a clear message. "Send clients off with handwritten 'prescriptions' noting why, when and how to use recommended products," Crary says. Pedro Ortega-Dardet, president of Wilma Schumann European Skin Care (wilmaschumann.com), believes the best retail tactics lie in follow-up. "Create a replenishment system that reminds client and esthetician that it's time for another visit, or that three months have passed since XYZ product was purchased," he suggests. "Perhaps offer a sample or free product replenishment with a service to keep clients on track." Having a designated retail associate to man your boutique is ideal, but if that's not realistic for your spa, Zangl suggests setting up a visually compelling "hydration station" near the front desk. "Guide clients here after services, and focus on the long-term benefits—delayed aging and increased resilience to climate changes—that they'll experience from implementing your recommendations." Shelftalkers and advertising posters go a long way in reinforcing professional recommendations, and never underestimate the power of point-ofsale "impulse purchase" displays— hand hydrators and lip treatments are easy sells. The great thing about hydrating products—especially during the next few months—is that they're a universal need. King sums it up this way: "If a skin therapist told me her client left the spa empty-handed because she had no issues, I'd ask her, 'Then why weren't some hydrating products prescribed to help maintain that great skin?' " Katie O'Reilly is a writer based in Wilmington, North Carolina. dayspamagazine.com/freeinfo • Use FreeInfo #41 84 DAYSPA | JANUARY 2014

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