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Former Obagi Medical Products and Valeant Pharmaceuticals executive brings over 30 years of experience to aesthetics company.
John Ondrasik will be presented with the International Spa Association’s 2016 ISPA Humanitarian award at the 26th annual ISPA Conference and Expo.
Bryan Durocher, president of Essential Spa Consulting/Durocher Enterprises, opened IECSC by sharing the big changes that have happened in the last 25 years of the spa industry as well as what trends will be shaping it moving forward.
Grace Minnock has opened A Touch of Grace Skin Care in Wareham, Massachusetts.
Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas has partnered with Trilogy Spa Holdings to renovate its Spa at Red Rock in line with the Well & Being brand.
For its anniversary, the company brought the best of European waxing to the United States with a best-selling wax and a men's waxing expert.
A recent report from Grand View Research projects the market to hit $196.67 billion dollars by the year 2024.
Influenster, a beauty product discovery and review platform, interviewed over 5,000 American millennial women on beauty habits for makeup and hair.
SkinLIV Spa, a spa opening in Newport Beach, California, features art on its walls that can be enjoyed by clients during treatments and then purchased afterwards.
When clients come in to see you, do they often apologize for their appearance? As a skin care professional or spa owner, do you find yourself doing this as well?