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Feb
24
2010

The Global LOHAS Movement

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By: Ted Ning

The LOHAS consumer segment fits many wellness ideals, and it is beginning to be embraced worldwide.

Jan
28
2010

Indigenous Healing From the Himalayas

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By: Carina Chatlani

Lush with regional therapies and skin care traditions, this dramatic region of the world offers treatments and spas that can take your breath away.

Jan
15
2010

Your Spa Can Help Haitian Earthquake Victims

Many spas are looking for ways to help the victims of the Haitian earthquake disaster, and your help is sorely needed.

Jan
08
2010

Medical Beauty Treatments Expected to Gain in Europe

Medical beauty treatment sales will be on the mend again in the next years after a decline of about 15% in 2009 in Europe, with more women looking for natural-looking touch-ups and pampering in increasingly popular medical spas.

Dec
31
2009

Bringing Up Poland

The spa at the Hotel Malinowy Zdrój
By: Felicia Brown

Traditional water therapies are joining more modern services in this European country's spa industry.

Dec
18
2009

Updated Thailand Spa Industry Report Released

The market research company Intelligent Spas has released its fourth Spa Benchmark Report on Thailand's spa industry, noting the region's trends and growth.

Dec
16
2009

Changing Consumer Behavior Forces Shift in Global Beauty Retail Channels

Kline study reveals direct sales has emerged as the fastest-growing retail channel in the world for beauty products, posting an 8.6% increase.

Dec
09
2009

SpaFinder Announces Its 2010 Trend Predictions

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Citing preventive treatments, hybrid spas and stillness as being some of the up-and-coming trends for the year, SpaFinder has released its annual spa industry predictions report for 2010.

Dec
01
2009

Intelligent Spas Releases Fifth Study on Australian Spa Industry

The fifth Spa Benchmark Report on Australia, recently released by research company Intelligent Spas, shows how the country's industry as been affected by the economy, as well as growth areas its experiencing.

Nov
24
2009

Study Shows Women Often Have Negative Thoughts on Aging

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A survey recently performed in the United Kingdom revealed women, on average, had negative thoughts about their bodies 36 times a day.