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Red Door Acquires Manicube and Goes In-Office

The acquisition of Manicube is aligned with Red Door Spas strategy to offer guests the best-in-class beauty services, highest level of technical expertise and access to the latest innovations in beauty technology, both in spa and now in the office.

Gordon Announces New Management

Gordon Laboratories, Inc. announced the hiring of a new chief financial officer.

SKINtuition: Culture or Vulture

Culture may sound like an elusive concept, but it is core to any business. In practical terms, culture is a set of shared attitudes, values and practices, and how those communal beliefs translate into behaviors of the employees and the company as a whole. Take back control and boost business with a better, stronger culture.

35 Years of Celebrating Beauty

For the past 35 years, Margot Koehler has enjoyed owning her own business and helping people look and feel beautiful.

Overcoming Price Convo Anxiety While Growing Revenue: A MedSpa Owner Q&A

In the past two years, Bessie McCann, M.D., owner of Derma Medical Spa in Olympia, WA, has grown her business by a whopping 460. I recently had the chance to sit down and talk with her about the specific tools and philosophies behind her success.

Voya Names New National Educator

The newly appointed educator will strengthen and build brand awareness while optimizing business potential in all aspects of training and support.

Comfort Zone Names New Manager

The new Asia regional business development manager for the Italian skin care brand will help drive Asian sales.

Dermalogica Teams Up With Hollywood

Jane Wurwand, founder and chief visionary of Dermalogica and FITE, participated in an exclusive screening panel.

How Does Your Spa Help Vets?

Today is Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2015, as veterans all over this great nation will be honored for their service and their personal sacrifice to protect our country. How is your spa helping active duty or veteran military?

NYC’s Microbead Bust

Spas in the city could be stocking only eco-friendly exfoliants as early as January 2016.

Reflections: My Horn of Plenty

The cornucopia, although often associated with Thanksgiving, has its roots in Greek mythology, where an infant Zeus broke off one of his caregiver Amalthea’s horns (read: she was a goat) while she was nursing him. The container and the word have come to be symbols for the harvest, plenty, nourishment and abundance.

#10Things for “Palms-down” Holiday Giving

‘Tis the season of holiday parties, stressed guests and the rush to 2016. In an effort to stay centered and within the true meaning of the holidays, give with your palms down and do not expect anything in return. Here are 10things to give with your “palms down” this season.

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