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Fabienne Lindholm has been named the international director of education for Babor, where she will lead the brand's education strategy.
The Ocean Spa will offer treatments inspired by the seaside location, with the menu incorporating high-end, marine-based products. It’s set to open later this year with the Marriott Autograph Playa Largo Resort and Spa.
Skoah, the “personal trainer for your skin,” is selling three of its Seattle locations to qualifying franchisees in order to develop its U.S. franchise.
Paul J. McCormick, S. Chevis Hosea and Matt MacDonald were appointed to operations and development leadership positions.
New location offers non-surgical, medical spa services, such as cosmetic injectables, photo rejuvenatation, microneedling and more.
The Ritz-Carlton in St. Louis, Missouri, has added a new fitness and spa facility, where the massages and body therapies cannot be found anywhere else in the state.
7/15/2016 | Dawn Gantt, Bioelements
Intake forms are not only the gateway to a meaningful dialogue between you and your client, they're your insurance policy to meet your client's expectations, every time.
7/14/2016 | Jo-El Grossman
Skin Inc. magazine sat down with Jane Iredale, president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, for an exclusive interview about her expertise and insights into the spa industry.
7/14/2016 | Lori Crete, Owner of Spa 10 and President/Founder of The Esthetician Mentor
In this month's Ask the Esthy column, licensed esthetician Lori Crete shares a few tips on how to reignite the passion you once felt toward the skin care industry if you're feeling stagnant.
The company is boosting its services in-spa and outside the spa, including new services for small parties, corporate events, new services and products, and more.
The U.S. spa market is anticipated to reach nearly $25 billion in 2020, largely due to a broader offering of services, an increased interest in wellness and a growing number of working women.
7/13/2016 | Lisa S. Jenks, M.D., Genesis MedSpa
The tough news is that traditional marketing can be expensive. The good news is that creativity can help you market your medspa successfully without spending big bucks.