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By: Emily Keats
Rising from the destruction of a 2007 fire, this renovated spa is surviving and thriving.
By: Leslie Benson
The growth of handheld dermatological devices are making the skin care industry take notice.
By: Rachel L. Chapman
Learn how company collaboration and industry regulation are shaping the personal care industry.
By: Victoria L. Rayner
Sharing your artistic talents can improve your spa's bottom line.
By: Jane Wurwand
Move from a place of complacent competence to adventurous stretching for a better business.
By: Annette Delagrange
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By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Announcing Skin Inc. magazine's 2008 Best of the Best Award winners.
The YWCA reports that beauty extremes taken by girls and young women are taking a toll on their physical and mental well-being. It is important for spa professionals to be aware of these risks and take special care when working with 'tween, teen and young women clients.
Consumers are increasingly changing purchase behaviors and their shopping habits. Because of this, it is more important than ever for your spa to reach out to new clients and work hard to maintain relationships with existing clients.
Reviewing the industry for the end of 2007 and the early months of 2008, SpaFinder has released its 2008 State of the Spa Travel survey.