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Highlighting how the tourism and spa industries can work together, the Australian organization Tourism Victoria has launched an advertising campaign centering on the spa treatments, vacations and more available in its Daylesford region.
Cosmetics & Toiletries (C&T) magazine announces that the presentation of its International Technology Awards will move to In-Cosmetics Paris in 2010.
Spa research company Intelligent Spas has released a report on the spa market in Dubai, indicating its strengths and weaknesses.
Due to factors such as globalization and culture, the skin lighteners market is expected to reach $10 billion in the coming decade, according to Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
Offering a worldwide view of the spa industry, Intelligent Spas has released its first-ever Global Spa Benchmark Report.
Every June 5 marks World Environment Day, and this year, join in the festive activities.
A range of research on the spa industry worldwide was presented at the recent Global Spa Summit, allowing spa professionals to get a better look at the industry's big picture around the globe.
A new survey from the Stanford University School of Medicine suggests that a significant number of Asian Americans living in California adopt unhealthy sun-exposure behaviors as they become more westernized.
Gather contact information for Hawaiian skin health and wellness destinations.
Because of the person-to-person contact inherent in spa services, sanitation and information are crucial. Industry experts Rebecca James Gadberry and Terri Wojak offer spa-specific advice about how to deal with the swine flu.