Spa Marketing: Creating a Kid-Friendly Environment

Are you seeking to cater to a younger clientele? Check out these bright ideas!

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Although, some may argue that a spa is no place for children, there's a good chance you have clients that would like the option of bringing their little ones along on their spa days.

Now, being kid-friendly may not be the right move for your business. However, if it's something you'd like to consider, here's a few ideas to help make your business accessible to some younger clientele.

• Consider kid services. Manicures, pedicures, haircuts and even facials are some services offered to children at a number of spas. Some services even allow kids the chance to make their own lotions and sugar scrubs!

• Offer treatments for teens. The teenage years can be quite awkward and stressful, so offer treatments that would appeal to them, such as make-up application or a fun manicure.

• Provide child care. Consider partnering with a local babysitter/child care facility to offer child care services for parents who wish to take some "me" time at your spa.