As a specialist you must prepare your work area for each section and patient, there are quite a few things to think about, first impressions count, your work area represents you as a professional and your client will make a judgment in the first few seconds and how professional you are when they meet you and your work area.
The temperature of the room is important. It should be around 25° C, as the patient will be in a disposable bathing suit and on cold winter days, thermal blankets for beauty beds will come in handy, if the room is not warm enough, or just to keep clients cozy, comfortable and relaxed.
Lights should not be bright; they should be dim and warm.
Candles, and fairy lights are always a good idea.
Music is always an important part of the environment, when it comes to music in the treatment rooms, it should be soft, you can get pre-recorded music for the massage, so you have preset music and do not have to choose it daily, classical or meditation music is always a good choice.
It is important to take into account the Smell and Aroma in our spaces, as they can influence when it comes to loyalty and feel comfortable to our customers, as you get to know your customers, you will know their preferences.
As a business it is important to create the right environment, where customers feel safe, comfortable and relaxed.
The client should have the opportunity to:
- Explain their skin and body concerns
- Learn how they can improve their problems
- Receive a complete, tailor-made treatment according to the schedule in the booklet
- Have their expectations met