Salon Management

Service Spotlight: Tu'el Lift-Up Treatment

by ST Staff | April 27, 2017

Anti-aging is one of the hottest categories in beauty, with clients concerned both with lessening the impact of current lines and wrinkles, while preventing others before they appear. Rhonda Hunter, esthetician and owner of Skin Care by Rhonda in Encinitas, California, meets this trend with the Tu’el Lift-Up Treatment that helps to restore moisture, firm and nourish stressed and aging skin.

Process: Skin is cleansed with Tu'el Deep Pore Cleansing Oil and Herbal Toner. The appropriate Tu'el Essential Oil for the client’s skin type is applied to moist skin and massaged into the skin. Next, Tu’el Hydrate Super Serum Moisture Gel and Tu’el Lift-Up Anti Aging Firming Mask are mixed together and massaged thoroughly into the skin. Then the mask is removed when completely dry with lots of water and warm cloths. The service is finished with Tu’el Hydrate and Daily Protect Moisturizer.

Duration: 40 minutes

Service performed by: an esthetician

Products Used: Deep Pore Cleansing Oil, Herbal Toner, Essential Oils, Hydrate Super Serum Moisture Gel, Lift-Up Anti Aging Firming Mask and Daily Protect Moisturizer SPF 30, all by Tu’el Skincare.
Cost: $70

Services sold per month: about 40

Target market: “Anyone with dull, stressed skin, aging skin, sun-damaged skin and anyone in need of a soothing treatment that will super charge and nourish their skin,” says Hunter.

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