Spa Revenues

Potential Spa revenues include income from the following sources:

Spa Services-includes all body treatments and facility charge for use of wet area, locker room, and all amenities for non-members
 
Beauty Services-includes all salon activities (facials, hair, nails)
Note: The salon is a very high revenue producer in most spas

Medical Spa Services-Physician supervised services including laser hair removal, peels, injectibles, medical microdermabrasion, etc.

Spa Membership-initiation fees and dues
Note: based on number of members per year of operation

Health and Fitness Services-health assessments and supplemental activities not included as part of spa facility

Gift Certificates--for services and products

Retail Sales and Home Care Follow-up--products sold in the spa boutique and on the Internet

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