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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.
By: Ed Rampell
Soak up the soothing treatments, techniques, ingredients and environment of this Pacific gem.
To help celebrate Earth Day 2009, Skin Inc. magazine offers some background about the holiday, as well as some handy tips on going green.
Showing the increasing importance of offering people, and particularly young women, protection against the harmful effects of the sun on skin, melanoma is has become the most common cancer for young British women.
As wellness professionals, those in the spa industry are especially attuned to the need for eco-awareness. Help promote even more eco-consciousness by joining in Earth Hour 2009.
A recent report on how skin issues are affecting U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan highlights the need for continuous proper care.
With retail being more important than ever in spas, this survey from Synovate shows how different countries' consumers are responding to the economic crunch when it comes to buying beauty products, providing helpful information on how to prop up retail sales.
By: Bryan Durocher
The Aussie attitude toward training and treatments makes this country's spa industry one to watch.