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Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas has partnered with Trilogy Spa Holdings to renovate its Spa at Red Rock in line with the Well & Being brand.
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When clients come in to see you, do they often apologize for their appearance? As a skin care professional or spa owner, do you find yourself doing this as well?
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The recipe for a successful spa is all about quality ingredients. Of course, you must have quality ingredients in your skin care products, but I am talking about your employees. Knowledgeable, happy employees provide great treatments and customer service, ultimately boosting your spa’s bottom line.
Remington Hotels has promoted Beverly Fox-Crismond to director of spas.
Spa veteran and massage therapist Eric Stephenson has been named national educator for Saltability.