Green Spa

What Makes Us Green?

  • We are a proud member of the Green Spa Network
  • Organic products – skin care, nail care & hair care. Even our Medical product lines use recycled packaging
  • We recycle all of our product containers
  • All of paper and plastic products are made from recycled products – Menus, business cards, flyers, envelopes, file folders, paper towels, toilet paper, paper plates, plastic cups and trash receptacle liners
  • We used zero VOC (Volatile Organic Chemicals) eco friendly paint in every room and in our lobby mural
  • Replaced all lighting with energy efficient ballasts and fluorescent tubes
  • All appliances are High Efficient Energy Star rated
  • Our linens, wraps and robes are either organic or recycled cotton
  • Our bath and steam shower towels are all energy saving Quick-Dri towels which reduce the dry time by 33% over cotton towels
  • Our spa slippers are made from recycled rubber
  • All of our cleaning products and detergents are eco-friendly
  • We removed most of the carpeting and exposed the concrete, allowing the floors to “breathe,” greatly reducing mold growth and trapping allergens. Concrete is a healthier choice for allergy sufferers.
  • The majority of our vendors and suppliers are green companies as well, even our website hosting is green
  • When clients purchase our eco bag they will receive 10% off any retail purchase every time they use it
  • Reduced water & electricity usage
  • Use of HEPA vacuum systems that reduce building contaminants and minimize environmental impact
  • All health & beauty services under one roof, so you don’t have to drive around place to place wasting gas!

Green Spa Network

What Constitutes a Green Spa?

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By now most people are somewhat familiar with green business operations and the reasons for operating a business with the environment in mind. As with many industries in the United States and abroad, the spa industry is beginning to realize the impact it has on the environment due to the high use of energy, water and waste.

In addition, the fact that spas are places that consumers seek out for stress reduction, detoxification, and skin care, places them in an excellent position to educate clients about the environment’s impact on one’s health and wellness. It is fitting then that spa operators are concerned with educating consumers about taking care of the environment just as they would their physical bodies.

In the United States, the spa industry is comprised of nearly 14,000 facilities generating 9.7 billion in annual revenues. Spas are a leading leisure industry and naturally suited to be at the forefront of the green movement. This industry typically utilizes environmental resources for a wide array of water-based treatments, laundry services and disposable items used in spa services making it a major consumer of water, energy, and natural resources. Adopting green practices not only reduces environmental impact, but also raises environmental awareness among spa clientele and contributes to the financial performance.

There are several areas in which spas can have a positive impact on the environment:

  • Energy usage
  • Reduced water usage
  • Recycling of paper, plastic, aluminum and glass
  • Use of Energy Star rated appliances
  • Using post consumer recycled paper and soy ink in printed collateral material
  • Building the physical space using reclaimed building materials and low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) products in finishes such as paint, flooring and adhesives
  • Implementation of green cleaning guidelines including healthy procedures and green cleaning products
  • Using toilet paper, paper towels and trash receptacle liners made with recycled content
  • Use of HEPA vacuum systems that reduce building contaminants and minimize environmental impact



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