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Table of Contents:

October 2012

Spa Business Articles

Taking Care of Yourself--and Others

By: Cathy Christensen

Is Your Spa Lost in Internet Searches

By: Will Scott

The Ideal Product Assortment, Part II

By: Maritza Rodriguez and Dawn MacLellan

6 Costly Management Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

By: William J. Lynott

Stop Wasting Time in Meetings!

By: Mike Richardson

Is Your Customer Service Training Missing the Mark?

By: Ron Kaufman

Welcoming the Disabled Spa-goer

By: Naomi Serviss

How to Correctly Organize a Treatment Room

By: Lydia Sarfati

Staying Profitable as Your Spa Evolves

By: Patrick Vande Weg

Give the Gift of Great Skin

By: Louis Silberman

Skin Care Professional Melds Scientific Mindset With Southern Charm

By: Nicole Urbanowicz

Skin Science Articles

Plant Stem Cells: The Next Generation in Skin Care Technology

By: Sam Dhatt

How pH Affects the Formulation of a Product

By: Elaine Linker

Treatments Articles

What is Wellness?

By: Lila Shanti Pettyjohn

Skin and the Brain: Uncovering New Links

By: Claudia C. Aguirre and Annet King

Handling Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation

By: Christine Heathman