Beauty & Spa Essentials Expands to Showcase South Florida Day Spa Reviews, Spa Product Reviews and On Line Advertising Opportunities
Fort Lauderdale, FL August 9, 2004 -- Beauty & Spa Essentials Inc., http://www.beauty-n-spa.com the on line retailer whose focus is home spa accessories that teach you how to bring the day spa home, has expanded their services to provide even greater emphasis to the spa experience. The website now provides advertising opportunities for day spas, spa product reviews and even an area for home spa consultants and mobile spa consultants to advertise their services.
"As our lives become ever increasingly more stressful, the demand for relief increases. Home Spa is always an option since it is the least expensive alternative, but Day Spas should also have a place in a person's regimen, if at all possible," said the creator of Beauty & Spa Essentials, Pamela A. Johnson. Johnson is a Member of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy, the International Stress Management Association, and The Complementary Wellness Professional Association.
The site now has a page where, at present, South Florida area Day Spas are reviewed and may advertise. Day Spas also have the option of acting as sponsors. In the future, day spas throughout the United States will also be featured. "I really had a good time," said Rosa Bray after attending a Spa party hosted by Johnson at Salon Miko Day Spa in Coral Springs, Florida. Michelle Direny exclaimed, "I haven't done my nails or toes in seven years!" Michelle enjoyed an exceptional massage, manicure and pedicure at Salon Miko. "It's not unusual for us to neglect ourselves at the expense of ourselves, however, the site makes it easy for anyone in any circumstance to treat oneself to the spa experience at home or in a Day Spa", the website's creator said. Monthly contests and drawings make it possible for even the women who may not be able to afford a visit to the Spa or an expensive Spa accessory, to indulge. Spa products reviews are also included to introduce consumers to perhaps little known spa quality items or products from smaller retailers.
"I am very, very excited to hear about this opportunity", said Ann Glasse, a Self Care Consultant with Warm Spirit. "Nurturing the whole person is so important. I think everyone especially women should make it a priority," said Johnson.
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