It's a Bloomin' Good Time to offer your Clients Special Treatment
By Jean Shea on Mar 26, 2010
Who says Mother Nature doesn't cooperate. Last Sunday morning I looked out the window and across to my neighbor's yard and I could hardly believe my eyes. Overnight - as if right on cue with the first day of spring - my neighbor's pear tree had burst into bloom. Saturday the tree had little buds and Sunday morning beautiful white flowers adorned its branches. It would be nice if the economy were about to blossom like that pear tree. Even though the recovery may take a bit more time, people are ready for something new and uplifting at this time of year.
This gives you an opportunity to enhance your clients' desire for renewal and reawakening by recommending new treatment options. Since treatments that can be performed with existing client services mean incremental revenue, they also provide an excellent opportunity to grow your business as well as build a stronger bond with your clients.You might want to start by recommending a pedi-treatment to get your clients' feet ready for summer sandals.
Our BIOTONE Marine Therapy Pedi-Scrub and Marine Therapy Pedi-Balm, with Rejuvenating Complex, stimulate, smooth and soften feet and lower legs, leaving them feeling powdery. The Pedi-Scrub and Pedi-Balm include marine actives derived from sea kelp and algae harvested off the Brittany Coast of France whose vitamins and minerals aid in detoxification, stimulate circulation and protect and support healthy skin. African Shea Butter and Aloe Vera are the other leading ingredients designed to work in combination to soothe and hydrate the skin. You can use the Pedi Treatment products separately or together for a luxurious spa pedicure treatment.
If you are planning to attend our open house here at BIOTONE headquarters this coming Monday, March 29, we'll have a lot of other treatment ideas for you to incorporate into your service menu. If you can't attend, we'll be posting treatment ideas on our Facebook Fan Pages and talking about them in future blogs. Check back often and we'd love to hear how you are helping clients think spring!