MAY 2015

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62 DAYSPA | MAY 2015 The Deep Clean their goals through a range of products. M'lis' Jackson explains that many de- tox supplements utilize herbs and other natural ingredients to help the body rid itself of toxins, mucus and other waste materials in the intestinal tract and major vital organs, improving the way they function—while boosting mental clarity and con- tributing to weight loss. Juice-based cleanses are designed to give the digestive system a break while feeding the body with vitamins, minerals and nutrients directly from fruits and vegetables. Cold-pressed juices are often recommended because they are processed without heat for minimal oxidation, and their delivery method (pure juice without any pulp) makes it easier for the body to absorb and use the nutrients. The Total Package Eriksen-Stanley urges all spas to offer at least one detoxifying treatment, and recommends complementing them with a retail component, such as an at- home treatment or cleansing supple- ment—that can help maintain the re- sults of in-spa detox. Spa owners must ensure that staff is trained to engage in detailed consultations with clients. "Detoxing varies from one person to another, depending on what the client is aiming to achieve," explains Sarfati. "It's essential for the professional to apply a customized detoxifi cation for the guest's needs." Many spas have enjoyed success using this combined in-spa treatment and at-home regimen method. Allvera • Use FreeInfo #30 Resources These companies are among those that offer detox services and products. Bioslimming, FIT Bodywrap, fi M'lis, Phytomer, Repêchage, Sanítas, Steamy Wonder,

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