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Wednesday, 03 March 2010 11:42

Great Anti-Aging Treatments

The advances in technology, science, and medicine have assisted in the increase of the average life expectancy rate… resulting in a higher number of 50-plus consumers. With the increase of this demographic, it is important to appreciate the impact they can have on your spas revenue. A notable factor to consider when dealing with clients that are over 50 is that the time they spend on their personal appearance takes on added importance in their life, focusing on reducing and/or slowing down the signs of aging by trying to recapture or sustain their youthful beauty. So focus on your 50-plus clients by targeting your efforts on developing treatment programs that are specifically focused on their skin care needs and goals. We have included several different anti-aging treatments from spas around the country to provide you with an idea of treatment menus that can help you accommodate this lucrative clientele.

Age Defying Seaweed Wrap
$100 for 45 minutes
While being served with detox tea, this treatment hydrates, lifts, and tones skin while reducing fine lines. It diminishes the appearance of cellulite, leaving the skin more youthful. Formulated with active ingredients that really work to help get rid of cellulite.
VIVA Day Spa
Austin, TX
512-300-2256
www.vivadayspa.com

 

Epicuren anti-aging facial
$175 for 75 minutes
This facial uses the power of enzymes to stimulate skin regeneration. It includes a power peel, minimal extractions, layering of the enzyme active masks, light massage, and enzyme therapy treatment to finish.
SPA 5
Ft. Lee, NJ
201-944-8011
www.spa5nj.com

Anti-Aging (over 45) Treatment
$100 for 90 minutes
The restorative benefits of a seaside-growing flower lend their anti-aging properties to this ultimate age-prevention treatment for mature skin. The extracts of Sea Fennel and plant coral are also enlisted for their amazing toning and firming properties, in our deep-treatment Sea Serum. Our lifting mask with our signature “touch of well-being” bring this treatment to a beautiful conclusion as your complexion’s optimum appearance is revealed.
Pure Spa
Roanoke, VA
540-904-5900
www.puresparoanoke.com

Collagen Body Treatment
$110 for 60 minutes
This treatment firms and hydrates the skin; giving it back tone, elasticity, and firmness. It also aids the elimination of toxins. Marine Collagen, Horse Chestnut Plant Extract, Echinacea, and Ginkgo Biloba are the ingredients included in this
body treatment.
Skin Care by Klara
Scottsdale, AZ
480-247-8240
www.skincarebyklara.com

Customized Anti-Aging Facial
$95 for 60 minutes; $135 for 100 minutes
This facial restores your skin to optimum health with modern plant-based formulas. It includes deep cleansing, fruit enzyme, exfoliation, manual extractions, treatment mask, aromatic towels, and a pressure point facial massage, using unique skin balancing formulas of essential oils. It effectively tackles daily concerns, such as lack of radiance, breakouts, fine lines, and environmental damage. Our natural Mini-Peels are blended according to your skin’s needs, whether it is age defense, pigmentation, dryness, or others. The Intensive Eye Treatment is rich in antioxidant vitamins like E, F, and P, in combination with sweet almond proteins, mimosa tenuiflora, chamomile, and peppermint to stimulate the eye area, leaving it feeling fresh, firm, and hydrated.
Anastassia Spa
Anchorage, AK
907-222-5101
www.anastassiaspa.com

Myoxy Caviar Facial
$110 for 85 minutes
This is the ultimate age-defying facial. This treatment utilizes the latest German technology that blends Botanical Botox, Beluga Caviar, Pearl Extract, and Alpha Lipoic Acid to smooth wrinkles like you have never experienced. You will notice an immediate lifting and smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as intense plumping and hydrating. This treatment is suggested for dry, sun-damaged skin with advanced aging.
La Petite Rose
San Francisco, CA
415-681-6889
www.lapetiterose.com

Seaweed Mud Paraffin Facial
$100 for 50 minutes
Watch fine lines and wrinkles as they diminish. This restorative mask stimulates acceleration and the elimination of toxins. This hydrating and firming Seaweed and Mud Paraffin Facial is excellent for most types of skin, especially aging skin. This facial is not recommended for oily skin.
New Age Health Spa
Neversink, NY
800-682-4348
www.newagehealthspa.com

Phytobiodermie
$105 for 60 minutes
Ultrasonic application removes aged surfaced skin and increases skin’s metabolism. It also allows for a great penetration of firming cream and slimming gel. Infrared light enhances cellular metabolism, accelerates the repair and replenishment of damaged skin cells, as well as stimulates the production of collagen – the foundation of a healthy and smooth skin.
CARAMELLA Skin Couture
San Francisco, CA
415-391-0305
www.caramellaskin.com

Anti-Aging Firming Facial
$95 for 60 minutes
Clinical research from Duke University concluded that topical L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) at a precise concentration and pH is capable of stimulating collagen, which in turn improves elasticity and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, vitamin C’s antioxidant capabilities help repair damage due to sun, pollutants, and other environmental aggressions. This facial utilizes this patented technology. With one treatment, your skin will feel firmer and appear more youthful and luminous. A gentle massage is directed to specific areas of the face it reduces fluid retention, and dark circles, while improving metabolic exchanges. It is great for all skin types and ideal for pre- and post-operative cosmetic surgery.
Vickmay Skin and Body Spa
Austin, TX
512-478-1915
www.vickmayskinspa.com

Sea C Spa Vitamin C Treatment
$135 for 75 minutes
Sea C Spa Facial is a reactivating treatment designed to rejuvenate your skin by stimulating collagen and elastin synthesis. This is an excellent treatment for congested skin as well as aged skin, as it improves micro-circulation and cell regeneration. The combination of vitamin C, organic mud, and marine algae provides oxygenation and toning effects with long lasting results in fine line and wrinkle diminishment for a more youthful appearance.
The Oaks at Ojai
Ojai, CA
800-753-6257
www.oaksspa.com

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