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"[N]early 15% of women who shop for beauty aids in mass market drugstores, specialty drug or grocery stores, or department stores are unsatisfied by the selection of all-natural products."
Demand for multiple benefits and natural products offers room for innovation and growth.
In August 2016, The International Spa Association (ISPA) published its latest consumer snapshot on the soon-to-be largest demographic of spa-goers—millennials.
Jodi Nightingale has been appointed as director of training and education for Revision Skincare to help create and develop an internal sales training program.
Jiyo, the Chopra Center for Wellbeing and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine have partnered together to launch the UC Wellness Channel for curated health and wellness content.
Lori Crete may run a successful spa and The Esthetician Mentor, but did you also know she loves her maglamp and Rob Lowe?:)
Skin Script invites estheticians and spa owners to empower themselves through networking, education and mindfulness at its Self-Empowerment Retreat, held Apr.29-May 1, 2017, in Tempe, Arizona.
The facial bar that provides medical grade skin care has announced the launch of its franchising program that plans to add 30-40 stores over the next 10 years.
The physician-dispensed clinical skin care company announced the debut of two new anti-aging platforms called The Smoothing Experience and The Regenerating Experience.
A teacher in the medical skin care field, Xtetic has moved to North Hollywood to continue its 18-month long advancement and further instruct medical esthetic industries.
The new spa will offer an array of treatment such as full body cryotherapy, medical grade chemical peels, Hydrafacials, radio frequency microneedling, fillers and injectables, the "vampire facial," and more.
DC Lash Bar is set to open at 1633 Wisconsin Avenue NW, the former site of Nectar Skin Bar, in late October.