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Rivers Casino Premiers Splash Spa in New York

Rivers Casino & Resort Schenectady opened its Splash Spa to the public, which will offer a range of spa treatments and special express treatments.

Video: A Servant's Heart and Leadership

At Face & Body Southeast 2016, Alison O’Neil gave her keynote speech on the role of leadership and how spa professionals should address clients with a servant's heart.

Hold My Beer, I'm Getting a Facial

Brew Dog has announced plans to open a beer hotel and spa in Columbus, Ohio. Spa amenities beer-infused treatment and a hot tub filled with beer.

Hand & Stone Expands Services with Microcurrent

Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa is now offering NuFace microcurrent treatments at 138 of its franchises.

RegimenMD & SkyMD Announce Telehealth Platform

The two companies have partnered to create a new telehealth platform that allows users to easily connect with dermatologists. This platform will allow for online consultation, diagnosis and dispensing of skin care products.

Botox and Xeomin Put to the Test

Finding differences between Botox- and Xeomin-treated patients proved difficult for physicians in a head-to-head trial of the most popular botulinum toxin type A fillers in the U.S.

Vero Beach Hotel Names General Manager

Oscar Fontana has been appointed general manager of Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel & Spa, where he will oversee operations, marketing, revenue management and employee relations.

Being Well in the Big Apple With Chuan Body + Soul

Chuan Body + Soul will open in April 2017 in the Big Apple and will be a wellness destination for New York spa-goers.

What’s the Next ‘Big Thing’ for Medical Spas?

Representatives from the laser, digital marketing and skin care spaces provided three insights on what to look out for in 2017 for the medical spa industry.

The American Club and Kohler Waters Spa Receive Five Stars

For the sixth year in a row, The American Club and its Kohler Waters Spa have received Forbes' five-star rating.

Global Aromatherapy Expected to Soar to $8 billion by 2026

The global aromatherapy market is expected to reach $8 billion in value by 2026, with North America and Western Europe remaining the dominant markets.

A Mind on Millennials: Part 1

Generation Y, commonly known as millennials, are referred to as those born between 1980–2000 depending on the source. This generation is over 83 million strong and surpassing the stronghold of baby boomers (75.4 million).

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