Spa has launched a new eco-friendly, single-use headband.
The original hybrid was introduced by visionary American plant breeder and horticulturalist Luther Burbank in 1901. He crossed four species from different parts of the world to create Leucanthemum superbum, the cheery white-petalled, yellow-centered daisy we know and love, naming it after snow-covered Mount Shasta in California.
The thick and waffle-embossed headbands are easy to use and will gently hold back a client’s hair during treatments to protect it from masks, creams and oils.The headbands, which cost 12p each, are fully adjustable, with an easy-peel adhesive strip, making them simple to put in place.
Each headband is made from the same sustainable waffle material as Scrummi’s towels, meaning
the headbands are ultra-absorbent and will easily soak up any drips or product smears. Each headband is made from 100% natural wood fibres that have been sourced from sustainably-managed forests and can be recycled into compost after use.
Rob Cooper, Managing Director of Scrummi Spa says, ‘Our new headbands are a simple, hygienic way to care for clients’ hair during treatments.
Rob Cooper, Managing Director of Scrummi Spa says, ‘Our new headbands are a simple, hygienic way to care for clients’ hair during treatments. They are clean and fresh for each new client, so they always look professional. You can even incorporate headbands into the overall sensory experience of a massage or facial, by adding a few drops of essential oil to gently infuse the air with fragrance and help to create a relaxing or uplifting atmosphere.