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9/9/2016 | Katie Anderson
In a spa, it is important to regularly take stock of your offering to add to, pare down or amend as necessary. But where do you start?
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9/8/2016 | By Deedee Crossett, San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology
After a recent trip to the Aeolian Islands, I thought of #10things I learned from the Sicilians that could be utilized in the spa industry. Here are #10things I’m bringing home from Italy.
Entrepreneurs from Morristown have signed a franchise agreement to expand the massage and facial services company into multiple New Jersey locations.
The California Heath & Longevity Institute and the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village launched the new “Wellness Your Way” campaign, where the guest can create a customizable retreat that follows their individual goals and preferences.
9/7/2016 | Katie Anderson
As an extension of the well-known and frequently awarded Miraval Resort & Spa in Tucson, Arizona, the spa at Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, California aims to help its guests achieve mindfulness in their lives to unite mind, body and spirit for total wellness.
On-demand massages from Zeel are now available to Monterey and Santa Cruz, California residents.
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The FDA is issuing a final rule under which OTC consumer antiseptic wash products containing the majority of the antibacterial active ingredients—including triclosan and triclocarban—will no longer be able to be marketed.
9/5/2016 | Lori Crete, L.E., Spa 10 and The Esthetician Mentor
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9/5/2016 | Lauren Snow, ASCP
When done correctly, spa menus can sell a client on who you are as an esthetician, an expert and a business. It can even sell treatments for you.
Payne will be responsible for leading all marketing and communication initiatives to drive growth of PCA SKIN through both professional and consumer channels.