Medical Spas Are Here to Stay
When people think of going to the spa, they think of getting pampered and having their stress massaged away. When people think of a medical facility, they think of sterile hallways and people in white coats. So, what image do you get when you combine the two? A variety of images might come to mind but the fact of the matter is that medical spas are increasing their numbers and are here to stay.
Many medical spas have created a warm and inviting environment, bringing together the best of both worlds. Warm colors and services that include overall beauty and wellness options bring one-stop shopping to many spa and wellness consumers. These medical spas offer traditional spa treatments, retail options, specialized treatment packages and non-invasive medical techniques to draw a more diverse clientele. As savvy consumers make informed skincare choices and wise health and beauty investments, they will continue to search for the latest products, services and facilities to meet their desire for health, wellness and an improved appearance.
More consumers want to know how to carry their spa experience back to their homes so that the benefits of their treatment can last longer. Medical spas can offer customized homecare regemines to help prolong the benefits of their treatment. Customized treatment packages give clients optimal results by offering the right combinations of active ingredients in topical products along with the most advanced technologies. Non-invasive procedures such as Botox injections and lymphatic drainage offer clients the results they are looking for, along with increasing their health and helping them decrease their stress levels.
With the right combination of medical services, wellness options and spa pampering, clients will keep coming back as they look and feel great on the inside and the outside.
"Medical-Spa Trends & Your Bottom Line," by Lisa Travis, www.spa20-20.com, November 7, 2005.