Best Plants For Salons
Most lash artists spend the majority of their time indoors, creating magic in their studio — but sadly, away from the outdoors. In turn, lashers are missing out on the psychological and physiological benefits that nature offers. Let's take a deeper dive into the benefits that indoor plants have... Keep reading!
BENEFITS OF PLANTS: FOR LASH ARTISTS
Whether your lash room gets some sunlight or none at all, there’s plants for everyone. By introducing specific indoor potted plants, lashers may notice improvements to their health, productivity, and overall happiness.
1. Plants produce fresh air
Simply put, indoor plants are known for producing oxygen. While humans inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, plants work the opposite by recycling exhaled carbon dioxide to create oxygen that helps us think and focus harder. The more oxygen in the room, the more productive we are.
2. Plants reduce fumes
Fumes from lash adhesives pose as a threat to both lash artists and client’s health. Making sure a lash studio is well ventilated and oxygenated is important to creating a healthy workspace.
According to Nasa Research, plants remove up to 87% of volatile organic compounds from the air every 24 hours.
Certain plants such as snake plant, spider plant, and golden pothos provide lash artists a natural filter of the dry air and even dust that circulates inside the studio.
These plants are effective in protecting clients and lash artists from respiratory problems, dry cough, and sore throat.
3. Plants promote positive energy
Studies show that inviting plants into your workspace encourages positivity by reducing stress and fatigue all the while enhancing productivity. Caring for a living thing gives purpose and is ultimately rewarding.
Watching a plant grow and blossom is a wonderful feeling that you don't want to miss out on.
4. Plants promote calmness
The infamous lash-nap! Why not create a spa-like environment to treat your customers to a lash nap that they deserve? Vapor from some plants can lead to a more restful environment.
Try keeping a lavender or jasmine plant by your lash bed and watch your client’s drowsy reaction speak for itself!
To see more lash room recommendations, check out our lash artist tips section in our blog.
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