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Spas of America reported consumers made 179 million visits to spas in the United States, generating an estimated $16.3 billion in revenue.
Samsung plans to launch skin care apps, Lumini and S-Skin, to detect and solve skin problems using cameras, LEDs and nanotechnology.
Re'Luxe Nail & Spa Boutique is bringing the coast experience to the wind city. Bolstering a host of West Coast-inspired amenities and treatments, this spa hope to capitalize on the niche market.
Urban Float, a nationwide floatation spa franchise, will be opening its fourth location in Seattle. Rivaling the size of many float spas in the area, the spa will be a 4,000 square-foot facility with nine float pods for guests
Among the various non-invasive treatment options out there, radio frequency treatment has become popular because of its quick and effective delivery method. This has resulted in a growth of demand for the devices that are used.
Sponsored by a panel of esthetic experts and voted on by consumers, the MyFaceMyBody Awards connects esthetic brands and physicians with beauty and fashion consumers. This year Thermi took home two awards for their non-invasive products.
Miraval Group announced its acquisition of the 220-acre Travaasa Austin Resort in the Hill Country of Texas. In addition to the rebranding of the resort, extensive renovations will start soon with a projected completion date of January 2019.
Fueled by the K-beauty craze, the sheet masks market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% through 2024, expanding from $160.4 million in 2015 to $336.7 million in 2024.
Massage Envy and AMTA will work together on four key areas over the next two years that include self-care programs for massage therapists and estheticians, career support, continuing education and training for managers.
Skin care professionals will receive one-on-one, hands-on instructions on topics to include the science of acids, exploring peels and more. Space is limited to just 10 professionals.
After years of planning, a group of fitness and health experts has launched a new concept vacation and weight loss retreat in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
Awaken For Wellness Spa in St. Paul, Minnesota is a full-service spa with a host of treatment and services. One unique feature is their infrared saunas, which takes a twist on the original sauna treatment.