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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the most commonly used equipment in a professional spa?
There are lots of different types of equipment that the professionals use to deck out a spa, create a welcoming environment, and tend to their clients’ needs. The right spa furniture is a big part of the aesthetics as well as functionality — items like spa stools and spa tables, spa storage carts, chairs for the waiting room and reception area, and so on.
You will also need a variety of tools. Esthetic tools can include bottle warmers, facial systems, hot towel cabinets, spa steamers, facial steamers, magnifying lamps, and more, in addition to more substantial items like saunas, baths and other large pieces of equipment. Moreover, esthetic supplies of all kinds are best purchased from a professional spa equipment supplier to ensure that you’re getting top-quality products designed for hard use each day.
Can I buy professional spa equipment for my home?
In most cases, esthetician supplies and equipment are available for home use. That includes spa furniture, many of the tools found in a spa, and even things like lamps, storage, and carts.
What you won’t find for sale are the supplies that only a licensed professional is authorized to use; like electrolysis machines, lasers, skin rejuvenation equipment, or other items that require extensive training, certification, or a medical degree.
What types of machines do estheticians use?
Estheticians use many different types of machines and spa equipment to treat the skin. Common equipment includes facial steamers to stimulate and rejuvenate the skin's texture, and microdermabrasion machines to exfoliate and smooth the skin. A woods lamp helps estheticians see fine details to identify problem areas, as do magnifiers and magnifying lamps. Exfoliating scrubbers and ultrasonic skin scrubbers are also common machines that help estheticians deep clean skin. There is also hot towel sterilizing cabinets that not only protect towels from germs but provide the client with a comfortable, luxurious experience before treatment. Implement sterilizers are critical to maintaining sanitation since many tools are used on multiple clients.
What are the best facial treatments for sensitive skin?
For sensitive skin, some of the best treatments include things like aloe, honey, and oatmeal. Estheticians can use these ingredients, or products containing these ingredients, to create a soothing facial that leaves even the most sensitive skin feeling refreshed.
Oxygen facials are another popular option. These offer deep cleansing plus hydration. It involves a device that projects saltwater and oxygen onto the skin to exfoliate, hydrate, and oxygenate the skin.
Sensitive skin can also benefit from a facial steamer, which provides a soothing, cleansing experience.
What equipment is needed to give myself a facial at home?
While you can find a lot of professional spa equipment for sale, most at-home facials are simpler than what you might receive at a spa. Basic products include a good cleanser, a facial scrub, masks, toner, moisturizer, and warm towels.
It’s possible to elevate the experience with loofahs, electronic exfoliation devices, and even small steamers that can be used at home.
What is the most popular spa treatment?
Massages are by far the most popular spa treatment around the world. However, there are a few others that are quite popular, as well. These include hot stone treatments, aromatherapy massage, ear candle treatments, and body wraps.
What equipment and supplies do you need for a professional spa room?
There are lots and lots of different types of equipment that can be placed in a professional spa room—and it can vary based on the room’s purpose. Facials require different kinds of equipment from body massages or other types of treatments, for example.
In general, however, the most popular types of equipment include electric spa chairs, massage tables, sterilization units, towel warmers, magnifying lamps, steamers, storage and utility carts.