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Lemi unveils Spa Shield to protect therapists and clients during facials
POSTED 20 May 2020 . BY Megan Whitby
The new product is named the Spa Shield
Lemi wanted to create the Spa Shield to support therapists in order to give them the opportunity to create a safe space that allows them to work freely
– Matteo Brusaferri
As spas prepare for reopening following the Coronavirus pandemic, many operators are looking into what new hygiene procedures to adopt to protect both customers and staff.

Italian wellness equipment supplier Lemi has developed a protective screen to separate clients and therapists during facials to create a safe environment and instil confidence in both during treatments.

Called the Spa Shield, the screen has a thermoformed plexiglass structure which works as a barrier against potential contamination.

Matteo Brusaferri, GM of Lemi, said: “Our Spa Shield is the new essential tool for treatment rooms, it is specifically designed to guarantee protection during any type of facial treatment.

“Now more than ever we’re thinking about how fundamentally important a clean and hygienic spa environment is for the health and safety of employees and guests. The latter need to be in a place that conveys a sense of security and protection.

“For this reason, Lemi wanted to create the Spa Shield to support therapists in order to give them the opportunity to create a safe space that allows them to work freely, while ensuring the client feels comfortable during the treatment.”

The shield’s height can be adjusted by a practical knob, while the solid structure is equipped with three rubber wheels – with a brake – enabling the screen to be easily added to any treatment table.

To find out more, follow this link.
The shield is mobile and can easily be added to any treatment table
 


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20 May 2020

Lemi unveils Spa Shield to protect therapists and clients during facials
BY Megan Whitby

The new product is named the Spa Shield

The new product is named the Spa Shield

As spas prepare for reopening following the Coronavirus pandemic, many operators are looking into what new hygiene procedures to adopt to protect both customers and staff.

Italian wellness equipment supplier Lemi has developed a protective screen to separate clients and therapists during facials to create a safe environment and instil confidence in both during treatments.

Called the Spa Shield, the screen has a thermoformed plexiglass structure which works as a barrier against potential contamination.

Matteo Brusaferri, GM of Lemi, said: “Our Spa Shield is the new essential tool for treatment rooms, it is specifically designed to guarantee protection during any type of facial treatment.

“Now more than ever we’re thinking about how fundamentally important a clean and hygienic spa environment is for the health and safety of employees and guests. The latter need to be in a place that conveys a sense of security and protection.

“For this reason, Lemi wanted to create the Spa Shield to support therapists in order to give them the opportunity to create a safe space that allows them to work freely, while ensuring the client feels comfortable during the treatment.”

The shield’s height can be adjusted by a practical knob, while the solid structure is equipped with three rubber wheels – with a brake – enabling the screen to be easily added to any treatment table.

To find out more, follow this link.



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