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6/1/2016 | Manon Pilon
The first step to a successful spa treatment is performing a complete consultation. This develops a personal connection with the client, establishes a long-term relationship and assists you in crafting a personalized treatment plan.
MDRejuvena appointed Randy Kriech as the new president and CEO, bringing over 20 years of experience to the company.
SkinCeuticals has opened its third Advanced Clinical Spa in America by partnering with El Paso Cosmetic Surgery.
Oasis Day Spa will be the skin care line’s flagship day spa in New York City.
The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) has created 16 wide-ranging initiatives to help shape a healthier world.
The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek in Saratoga, Wyoming unveiled Magee Homestead, a boutique, all-inclusive wellness experience for adults.
RevitaLash is celebrating its 10th anniversary by hosting its first model search to recognize beauty of all ages.
Salishan Spa & Golf Resort announced the completion of their $7 million renovation, as well as the hiring of a new sales and marketing director.
Marilyn Monroe Spas announced the opening of its first location in Texas, along with plans to open more down the road.
5/23/2016 | Teresa Stenzel
The consumer of today has evolved, so you and your business practices need to evolve as well. Take this quiz and gain even more invaluable insight on modern-day connectedness and how you can best compete.
Lisa Mergel, a small spa owner in Tallahassee, Florida, has been named 2016 Florida Retailer of the Year by The Florida Retail Federation (FRF).
5/18/2016 | Lori Crete
Having a home-based business is a wonderful way to cut down on operating costs and save considerable time on a commute, but there are a few things you must research so that you can set up shop legally.