The country is in the grip of Royal Baby Fever, and the media are surveying very aspect of the birth and the family’s future. One thing which is seemingly a hot topic is whether the Duchess Of Cambridge has drafted in hairdressers and make-up artists to prepare her for those special shots of her leaving St Mary’s Hospital with the future king.
Whether the Duchess has these people at her disposal or not, there are many new mums who would relish the thought of a little pampering after the gruelling ordeal of labour. Whilst feeling euphoric about your new arrival, it is one time you feel the worst physically and aesthetically. This is where the field of beauty can come in.
Why not offer a few gentle treatments to bring mum back into the land of the living? The next few weeks is hard work for a new family, and it is important for mum to still feel like herself. You could offer treatments such as a manicure, facial or make-up to help give mum a little pick-me-up.
It will be fantastic for a mum to enter a pampering salon environment, however, for those more reluctant to leave their newborns, mobile therapists can really come into their own. Bring some luxury into mums own home and she can truly relax knowing that her little one is only a heartbeat away. You could even ask the maternity ward at your local hospital if you can leave some treatment menus for the new parents to pick up.
Take this opportunity to capitalise on the 24 hour baby news coverage and offer your clients something they thought was only available to a Royal Duchess.