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Research on the spa industries in Cambodia and South Africa has been released by Singapore-based Intelligents Spas, helping create a clearer picture of the industry in those countries.
In a report by The Leisure Database Company, undertaken on behalf of SPATEC, it is shown that there has a been a 6% increase in the number of spas in the United Kingdom, indicating strong growth in that sector.
By: Caroline Rushworth
Travel through Europe's spas to see how thermal water long has been utilized for its curative health benefits.
By: Alexander Kirillov
Emerging markets, including BRIC, add two-thirds of industry’s absolute growth in 2007.
By: Karen A. Newman
Skin Inc. magazine presents the second in a quarterly four-part series regarding "The Beauty of Naturals in a Wellness World."
Lightspeed Research has launched a Personal Care and Grooming Panel to profile respondents for personal care, toiletries and consumer goods manufacturers in the United States, Canada, UK and Germany.
By: Mary Bemis
The Turks and Caicos Islands are slowly but surely becoming a sought-after spa destination.
The American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) has named Skin Inc. magazine as a finalist in its 30th annual awards competition for a regular contributed column series written by Annet King of Dermalogica and The International Dermal Institute.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
From Thailand's cream of the crop to Skin Inc. magazine's Best of the Best.
An increase in customer relations and sincerity in the implementation of the green trend, which continues to grow, is necessary to further development consumer trust, says the Natural Marketing Institute.