The Bath Breakfast Project examined a group of people to find causal links between breakfast habits and energy expenditure.
Sandwiched between millennials and baby boomers, Gen X consumers are being overlooked by marketing campaigns, according to the Outlook on the Millennial Consumer 2014 survey by Hartman Group.
A combination of acupuncture and massage is the cure for a specific kind of dizziness called ‘cervical vertigo,' according to research published in the Chinese Journal of Gerontology.
New ranges of natural products, "alphabet" products and devices continue to influence the market.
By: Cathy Christensen
How can you entice stressed-out consumers into the friendly environs of your spa?
By: John Treadwell
Events should be utilized to add clients, as well as to act as a call-to-action for those who have not been to the skin care facility recently.
By: Dianna Sellers
Acknowledging the dependency on one another is the first step toward a well-performing collaboration.
By: Kristen Wegrzyn
The California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology participated in an Q&A informational session during the Advanced Education Conference Program at Face & Body Northern California on Saturday, August 23.
By: Mark E. Battersby
Many skin care professionals fail to take advantage of the benefits created as part of the government's increasing emphasis on education.
By: Charles Compton
There are ways spa owners can use the science of shopping to increase the likelihood clients making retail purchases.
Aug 06, 2014 | 11:13 AM CDT
Skin Inc. is partnering with a different supplier each month to award products to 14 lucky entrants!
This month's prize:
This month, 14 entrants will receive MEG 21 Eye Treatment from MEG 21 Skincare, specially designed for the delicate skin around the eyes. Its exclusive technology–Supplamine combined with powerful anti-inflammatory botanical extracts–significantly reduces the appearance of puffiness, discoloration, fine lines and crowsfeet. The eye area appears more luminous and visibly rejuvenated.