Chi In Your Professional Spa: FREE White Paper


Chi In Your Professional Spa: FREE White Paper


In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), the goal is to address not only the manifestation but also the cause of the problem. Skin conditions, especially recurring ones, can be very helpful in understanding the state of wellness of an individual. American consumers have shown a growing interest towards non-invasive, results-oriented modalities, particularly when they also contribute to harmonizing the flow of vital energy, a precondition to good health.

Who doesn’t want glowing skin and to feel great at the same time? As the spa industry becomes more competitive and more regulated, the benefits of TCM and chi in your professional spa will become clearer.

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Put “Energy” In Your Spa

As a reflective organ, the skin provides useful indicators of our internal chi. Esthetic conditions such as excessive oiliness, blemishes, dryness, fine lines, are signs pointing to energetic imbalance(s).

So how can equilibrium be restored? How can the root cause of the symptom(s) be addressed?

According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), the energetic qualities of particular herbs, essential oils, and other natural products including clays and trace elements can help rebalance chi when applied topically.

Acupuncture, manual massages, and therapeutic baths can be enhanced by modern tools. They include work on acupuncture points with proper light therapy machines and the application of energetic skincare products to correct esthetic manifestations as well as their inner cause. Energetic products get their properties from blends of high grade essential oils. They become an essential part of “energetic skincare” based on the coherent use of the proven Five Element Theory.

If you’re thinking of integrating TCM into your treatment menu, make sure the product line goes beyond good marketing talk and that the method is reflected by the products.