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4/22/2016 | Katie Anderson
It isn’t easy being green, whether that means natural, organic or environmentally friendly.
Most people assume these terms mean the same thing, and use them as such, but they have different meanings in modern society and its spa industry, according to Susie Ellis, chairman and CEO of the Global Wellness Institute.
4/19/2016 | Lyn M. Falk
The colors you use in your spa space can have a profound effect on your clients and their physiological and emotional response to your business and the services and products you sell.
Aromatherapy Associates announced Tracey Woodward as the new chief executive officer, effective as of April 7, 2016.
Universal Companies hosted a series of grand opening events for its Wellness & Beauty Learning Center in Torrance, California.
4/19/2016 | Rachel Grabenhofer
Beating all the odds, the esthetic market grew 123% in the last 10 years—right through the recession. Here are the top 23 secrets of what successful practices are doing, so you can do them too.
Planet Beach is debuting in Los Angeles with an automated spa menu that includes a red light therapy bed for wrinkles, a meditation system with infrared head and shiatsu chairs, among others.
Michael G. Tompkins was named executive recruiter for Hutchinson Consulting. Tompkins currently serves as chair of the International Spa Association (ISPA).
4/15/2016 | Jaclyn Peresetsky
When you design or redesign your spa, it’s important to consider your brand and the feeling that you want your clients to have when they walk in the door. One trick I’ve learned is to design a spa by considering the five senses: sight, smell, taste, sound and touch.
Gloss Media and inMarket are coming together to enable brands to engage women when they are in the salon, or "errand mode."
Leslie Johnson will be responsible for overseeing and creating the overall programming at The Spa at La Costa.