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Unparalleled Comfort

Friday, 03 July 2015 14:50

As leading salon furniture and equipment innovators, Takara Belmont has successfully married inimitable comfort and performance with leading-edge technology to create innovative hairdressing and beauty equipment.

Testament to this approach was the launch of Yume DX in 2009; a motorised shampoo system that elevated backwash services to superior levels. The system singularly transformed the salon experience, offering unparalleled comfort and manoeuvrability for clients, paired with enhanced ergonomic design and seamless operation for the stylist. This model opened up exciting new opportunities, expanding the regular salon menu to include luxury services such as head massage and facials.

The Evolution of Yume

Building on the success of the Yume DX, Takara 
Belmont has designed an evolution of the original
 Yume concept. Espoir delivers uncompromised Yume
 performance whilst providing an affordable solution that hair and beauty businesses can adapt to their individual spatial circumstances.

Its fully motorised reclining seat and backrest effortlessly motion the client in and out of the treatment position. Gel-filled neck cushions and pillows delicately support the head to ensure total relaxation. This model also works in harmony with Spa Mist II to open up an extensive range of spa-style services and treatments, such as facials and hand treatments.

Yume Espoir is available in two types; the ESF model features a fixed leg rest whilst the ESL's motorised leg-rest further enhances client comfort.

Discover the Yume Espoir today at 

  • Yume Espoir ESL

  • Yume Espoir ESF


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