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4/5/2016 | Louis Silberman
Fundraising is the perfect opportunity to give something meaningful back to the community, but it can also help grow you spa business.
Georgia Louise's studio in New York's Upper West Side will be the new destination for Elemis and its BIOTEC device and treatment.
Hart Griffith-Zill will work with distributor and key partner relationships, custom product development and online sales strategies.
Morgans Hotel Group increased its wellness offerings with a downloadable meditation app and curated wellness programs unique to its locations.
3/31/2016 | Lauren Snow
If you haven’t thought about ways your business can drive itself, or have delayed embracing the tech of our time, now is a great time to begin.
As part of its Forests for the Future initiative, the company has planted 5 million trees—one for every retail product sold since 2012, and it is not stopping there.
HydroPeptide launched its "See the Difference With Your Own Eyes" campaign, which it teaming up with charity: water to build 12 wells in developing countries.
According to Technavio’s latest report, the global medical esthetics market will thrive through 2020.
Zeel is expanding its on-demand massage services to Phoenix and Scottsdale, furthering its Southwest expansion.
“This full immersion experience will help grow Jindilli’s treatment and retail presence in the spa market, and ensure that we become an even stronger partner," noted the company's CEO Jim Richards regarding its recent immersion training for staff.
SpaFinder's new app helps users find, book and pay for spa and fitness services.
A new report shows projections on where the organics cosmetics market is headed. Spoiler alert: organic is in.