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Lemi: designed for profit

Lemi’s new combined massage and pedicure workstation – Amalfi – offers a multi-functional, space-saving solution


Lemi has launched Amalfi – a 360-degree, multi-functional bed that allows therapists to perform a whole range of treatments from one versatile workstation, including massages, facials, pedicures and manicures.

In the process of keeping a close eye on the evolving needs of its clients and their customers, Lemi found that although massages and pedicures continue to be popular treatments, lack of space can sometimes be an issue for operators.

The Amalfi bed offers the perfect solution, allowing for extended treatment programming and avoiding space being tied up by workstations dedicated solely to pedicure treatments.

“Amalfi’s flexibility means it appeals to a wide range of spas, including smaller businesses with a reduced number of treatment rooms, because it allows for a whole range of treatments to be delivered from just one room,” explains Matteo Brusaferri, GM of Lemi.

Stylish design
The Amalfi’s horseshoe-shaped mattress is made from thick, soft padding, using a combination of foams. It’s finished with elegant seams and offers a comfortable shell texture, guaranteeing comfort for every type of full-body treatment.

The bed’s padded head support is made of a durable, hygienic material and designed to accommodate a face hole.

A removable section of the Amalfi bed opens into an ergonomically-designed pedicure station, which allows therapists easy access to a tub, equipped with a pipeless hydromassage system.

The bed is controlled by a wireless foot pedal that allows therapists to adjust the height, back position and seat angle, working with traditional AUT and END settings. It also has a new memory function, which enables the bed to retain two customisable preset positions.

A bi-material base transforms the bed into an elegant furnishing solution. The central section has a wooden finish, which can be selected from various options, while the side section is made of metallic material and is available in a choice of rose or gold.

Unique concept
As an industry leader in wellness beds, Lemi’s R&D team looked to create a product with a unique and innovative design, inspired by fashionable trends in the world of furniture.

The elegant, stylish design allows for the fact that the Amalfi is not covered by sheets, so is more visible within the spa or wellness environment.

Lemi wanted to create a design inspired by luxury car upholstery and delivered by its design team, who have experience gained in the world of fashion. The elegance of the new Amalfi bed does not, however, detract from the comfort that always distinguishes Lemi products and as a result, the mattress offers a soft and comfortable treatment experience – be it for face, body or pedicure.

According to Brusaferri, Amalfi’s space-saving versatility means it appeals to a wide range of spas, including smaller businesses with a reduced number of treatment rooms, as it allows for a whole range of programming to be conducted very efficiently from just one room without compromising comfort.

He adds that the bed can potentially improve a spa’s revenue, as it enables several therapists to work with the same client at the same time.

“The Amalfi can offer higher levels of profitability, because it can be used all day, for any type of treatment. If the spa has several therapists working at the same time, it can sell more treatments, such as facials, pedicures or manicures – thus significantly boosting profitability,” Brusaferri concludes.

More: www.lemi.it

Photo: Lemi

"The Amalfi can offer higher levels of profitability, because it can be used all day, for any type of treatment," – Matteo Brusaferri, general manager, Lemi

A comfortable head hole can be set up for use during massages Credit: Photo: Lemi
A removable panel reveals the pedicure footbath with hydromassage system Credit: Photo: Lemi
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Lemi: designed for profit

Lemi’s new combined massage and pedicure workstation – Amalfi – offers a multi-functional, space-saving solution


Lemi has launched Amalfi – a 360-degree, multi-functional bed that allows therapists to perform a whole range of treatments from one versatile workstation, including massages, facials, pedicures and manicures.

In the process of keeping a close eye on the evolving needs of its clients and their customers, Lemi found that although massages and pedicures continue to be popular treatments, lack of space can sometimes be an issue for operators.

The Amalfi bed offers the perfect solution, allowing for extended treatment programming and avoiding space being tied up by workstations dedicated solely to pedicure treatments.

“Amalfi’s flexibility means it appeals to a wide range of spas, including smaller businesses with a reduced number of treatment rooms, because it allows for a whole range of treatments to be delivered from just one room,” explains Matteo Brusaferri, GM of Lemi.

Stylish design
The Amalfi’s horseshoe-shaped mattress is made from thick, soft padding, using a combination of foams. It’s finished with elegant seams and offers a comfortable shell texture, guaranteeing comfort for every type of full-body treatment.

The bed’s padded head support is made of a durable, hygienic material and designed to accommodate a face hole.

A removable section of the Amalfi bed opens into an ergonomically-designed pedicure station, which allows therapists easy access to a tub, equipped with a pipeless hydromassage system.

The bed is controlled by a wireless foot pedal that allows therapists to adjust the height, back position and seat angle, working with traditional AUT and END settings. It also has a new memory function, which enables the bed to retain two customisable preset positions.

A bi-material base transforms the bed into an elegant furnishing solution. The central section has a wooden finish, which can be selected from various options, while the side section is made of metallic material and is available in a choice of rose or gold.

Unique concept
As an industry leader in wellness beds, Lemi’s R&D team looked to create a product with a unique and innovative design, inspired by fashionable trends in the world of furniture.

The elegant, stylish design allows for the fact that the Amalfi is not covered by sheets, so is more visible within the spa or wellness environment.

Lemi wanted to create a design inspired by luxury car upholstery and delivered by its design team, who have experience gained in the world of fashion. The elegance of the new Amalfi bed does not, however, detract from the comfort that always distinguishes Lemi products and as a result, the mattress offers a soft and comfortable treatment experience – be it for face, body or pedicure.

According to Brusaferri, Amalfi’s space-saving versatility means it appeals to a wide range of spas, including smaller businesses with a reduced number of treatment rooms, as it allows for a whole range of programming to be conducted very efficiently from just one room without compromising comfort.

He adds that the bed can potentially improve a spa’s revenue, as it enables several therapists to work with the same client at the same time.

“The Amalfi can offer higher levels of profitability, because it can be used all day, for any type of treatment. If the spa has several therapists working at the same time, it can sell more treatments, such as facials, pedicures or manicures – thus significantly boosting profitability,” Brusaferri concludes.

More: www.lemi.it

Photo: Lemi

"The Amalfi can offer higher levels of profitability, because it can be used all day, for any type of treatment," – Matteo Brusaferri, general manager, Lemi

A comfortable head hole can be set up for use during massages Credit: Photo: Lemi
A removable panel reveals the pedicure footbath with hydromassage system Credit: Photo: Lemi
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