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January 2007 Skin Inc. Cover

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January 2007

Spa Business Articles

Always Evolving

By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane

Counteract Economic Uncertainty

By: Victoria L. Rayner

The Differences Between Men and Women--Part 1: The Brain and Personality Development

By: Guy Lewis, PhD

Aquagene Spa

By: Cathy Christensen

Treatments Articles

A Time to Renew

By: Mary Bemis

The Pervasive Pomegranate

By: Cathy Christensen

Medical Esthetic Technology

Lasers and Lights--A Technological Revolution

By: Jeffrey Dover, MD, and Amy Kamin

Releasing Stress is What the Spa Experience is All About

By: Erika Mangrum

Being LED-savvy Can Set Your Spa Apart

By: Rick Krupnick