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How Often Do You Buy Products After a Spa Treatment?

I'm not sure about you, but I have a bathroom cabinet filled with aromatherapy massage oils, masks, and even stones that I've purchased after a relaxing spa experience. Yes, I had the grand idea that I'd heat the stones and give my honey a hot-stone massage for Valentine's Day. (Fast forward three years and it's still never happened). I also find that therapists can be pretty relentless with their recommendations. Since I already know that you are inclined to buy products after a makeover, now I'm wondering: How often do you buy products after a spa treatment?

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junkotokiio junkotokiio 8 years
I make sure I don't get a rash before buying it again!
juliarose23 juliarose23 8 years
I don't get spa treatments that often, but I think if the product was really good, I would. If it was a generic product that I could buy elsewhere...then I wouldn't bother.
socalgirl08 socalgirl08 8 years
After spending $100+ just on the spa treatment and tip, I don't think I can afford anything else!
lms lms 8 years
I have only bought stuff once. I purchased everything that they used on me. On subsequent spa visits, I just tell them that I already have a selection of products that I am using. I replenish my supply when they run out on the web.
JessieSP JessieSP 8 years
I love the spa. But I don't buy something each time that I go.
Tabloid Tabloid 8 years
I've never went to a spa treatment before. Although, I go to the dermatology regularly..
Rabbit88 Rabbit88 8 years
if i like something. and it has to be paraben free and have no fillers or caffeine.
Glosslizard Glosslizard 8 years
When I go for a spa treatment (usually once or twice a year), I like to budget a little extra so I can buy myself a treat on the way out. If the therapist recommends something I really like it may be that, otherwise it's usually a nice lotion or bath gel. I have no problem saying no to their recommendations and have even gone so far as to fib and tell them I already have that one at home! ;)
Glosslizard Glosslizard 8 years
When I go for a spa treatment (usually once or twice a year), I like to budget a little extra so I can buy myself a treat on the way out. If the therapist recommends something I really like it may be that, otherwise it's usually a nice lotion or bath gel.I have no problem saying no to their recommendations and have even gone so far as to fib and tell them I already have that one at home! ;)
Lenkaaa Lenkaaa 8 years
I buy very rarely, like if they used something on me that really impressed me. Otherwise I just ask for a sample.
advo advo 8 years
I buy something if I feel they could be good for my skin. But not because the sales person keeps oushing it. I have purchased too much though, because I think I should stock up and then end up switching to another product instead. So maybe I'm easy to fool?
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
I'd only buy something if they used it on my face and it was fab. Even then I'd give it a few days to see if my skin reacted negatively towards it before going back and buying it.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Rarely...
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Rarely...
elephantheart elephantheart 8 years
I hate the feeling of being pressured into buying something. It actually makes me want to go to the spa less often. And out of principal, I don't like to buy things. I've already spent enough money on the treatment. I like to research things online before I buy, so I am not going to buy something just because one person tells me to. Especially when that person is supposed to be "expanding their sale" on me!
carhornsinapril carhornsinapril 8 years
i never buy spa products. i usually can't afford anything beyond the service and the tip!
Merlin713 Merlin713 8 years
I don't go to the spa...
Merlin713 Merlin713 8 years
I don't go to the spa...
Critty Critty 8 years
I never buy anything ... I have very sensitive skin so if I want to stop the sales talk I just ask for a sample to see if my skin will tolerate it. That gives them hope, and gets me off the hook. With the price of the service plus tip, that's all I want to spend!
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 8 years
Only when it's something I'll actually use - generally a mask or other face treatment. It's hard to keep saying "no" politely sometimes, though.
brittanyk brittanyk 8 years
I kind of feel like I have to sometimes. Some people try to push the products on you like crazy, so I usually buy something.
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