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The International Spa Association will present the 2016 ISPA Visionary Award to honor the late Geraldine Howard.
4/11/2016 | Annet King
Spa owners need to make retail a focus instead of an afterthought, and our approach to retail and services should be both fast and slow. Sounds confusing? Let me explain.
4/8/2016 | Lori Crete
In this month's Ask the Esthy column, Crete explains how an esthetician can steer their clients away from drugstore products to professional products as well as bringing up pre-booking.
4/8/2016 | Deedee Crossett
This #10things you can do to protect your business, your personal liability and your clients was compiled with help from Jesse Cormier, director of industry relations for ASCP.
No esthetician or beauty professional sets out to hurt their clients. Still, it can be easy to forget that relaxing, pampering skin care and beauty services are capable of harm.
Check out the top 10 warning signs that your workers are feeling glum at work, according to Inc. magazine.
4/7/2016 | Christian Jurist, M.D.
Natural and organic skin care has become a permanent segment of the skin care market, but many clients still wonder if the quality, safe and effective product line for them is natural, organic or synthetic. This article was written to help you, their skin care professional, educate them while making that choice.
Acquisition means a better experience for spa industry customers with expanded offerings, expertise, support and distribution.
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.