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does anyone use this as part of a treatment?

If so, how do you market it? What results do you get? Is it popular?
 

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does anyone use this as part of a treatment?

If so, how do you market it? What results do you get? Is it popular?


Hiya could you give us a little more info about this product ?
is it a colour or a treatment ect ? :hug:

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Its by Espa.
Its mud that you massage into the head and acts as a conditioner.

I read a treatment from an Espa-range salon, in which they did a massage, applied the pink mud and did a scalp massage and then the client would shower it out.

I've been on the Espa website and can't see any description of how to use it though.
 

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thanks noodle, thats really helpful.

Have you used it in a treatment, or anyone else out there?
 

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I have used a similar product (a mud by an alternative brand) which is used a deep conditioning treatment.
 

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Hi all!

I am a bit late joining this thread.

I am an Espa trained therapist & we use the Pink Hair & Scalp mud during our facials & body treatments, such as wraps & pre/post natal treatments.

It is a fantastic deep conditioning treatment, not only for the hair but also for the skin. It is very soothing & is excellent to apply to eczema, psoriasis & other skin conditions. It helps to heal the skin & is fantastic for use on extra dry areas such as knees & heels.
It is 100% safe to use during pregnancy & fantastic for the tummy area to keep the skin nice & supple. Its extra great when combining with Espa's Nourishing body oil.

It helps to brighten highlighted hair, altho, I wouldnt rec use on clients with over processed bleached hair as you may turn their hair pink lol.
The mud can be left on overnight as a deep conditioning treatment for the hair.

hope that helps!
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oooooh thanks, thats brill.
When would you apply it in the treatment and how much?
 

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thanks for the pms.
 

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Yep. I use it in the Espa Aromatherapy Facial while the mask is on. I love that stuff. Smells like a dessert :)
 

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Yep. I use it in the Espa Aromatherapy Facial while the mask is on. I love that stuff. Smells like a dessert :)
Hi Emma,
as you've reseurrected this thread, perhaps you could explain how you incorporate it into the facial treatment as I still haven't got any. I do apply black mud to the scalp as part of one of my treatments since posting this question.
 

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