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DC Lash Bar is set to open at 1633 Wisconsin Avenue NW, the former site of Nectar Skin Bar, in late October.
Cloud 9 Massage & Spa has added a flotation pod that offers guests a fade-away sensation where they can relax in a fiberglass tank filed with 13 inches of water and 1,100 pounds of Epsom salt.
Monarch Spa has opened in Oakbrook, Ill., surrounded by a sanctuary for its namesake butterfly and featuring treatments with on-site harvested honey.
9/20/2016 | Kim Lee, N.D., M.H., Pevonia
A spa menu is your calling card stating your spa’s unique identity that differentiates you from the rest. It reflects the spa’s style, the guest’s service expectations and incorporates your personal vision of the spa business.
October 15 has been announced at National Aesthetician Day by Cosmedix, meaning that the brand has trademarked the event to occur every year, and it will celebrate with a month long program.
Before her presentation at Face & Body Northern California 2016, Cochran sat down with us to discuss social media.
9/16/2016 | Katie Anderson
Nearly 25 years ago, Philippe Hennessy took his vision of spa skin care door-to-door during the industry’s infancy to introduce estheticians to a brand that he believed in.
9/16/2016 | Louis Silberman, National Laser Institute
Point of difference (POD) is simply what makes you stand out from your competitors. Sounds like no big deal, but it is actually huge.
Five For Fighting's John Ondrasik presented an inspiring talk about fueling creativity as the keynote lecture on the second day of the 2016 ISPA Conference & Expo.
At the the 2016 ISPA Conference & Expo, the Internation SPA Association (ISPA) released its 2016 U.S Spa Industry Study, as commissioned by Pricewaterhousecoopers (PwC). The spa industry is at an all time high and below are five takeaways from the report.
New to the botanical beauty market, The Cottage Greenhouse was recently launched and promotes all natural ingredients in their lotions, masks and other products.
Brené Brown, ISPA keynote speaker, dared spa owners and managers to be vulnerable in their businesses in order to grow during her presentation, Daring Leadership: The Four Pillars of Courage.