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Are touchless and low-touch therapies here to stay?

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In a world hampered by COVID-19 restrictions, where social distancing is mandatory, beauty and spa professionals are looking for new ways to innovate and make close-contact services safer.

And yet, the power of touch is indisputable and has been regarded as a healing practice for centuries. Touch is known to decrease the level of stress hormones (such as cortisol), trigger the release of the same kind of opiates as painkilling drugs, boost the immune system and also lower blood pressure.

By offering therapist-free, ‘touchless’ and ‘low touch’ options alongside your regular treatment menus, you will be able to deliver effective COVID-compliant experiences that provide complete peace of mind for clients that are more nervous.

To find out more about touchless and low-touch therapies, read Marisa Dimitriadis’ article on page 30 and 31 of the August issue of the Professional Beauty digital magazine. Click here https://issuu.com/professionalbeautysa/docs/aug_pb_2021

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