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By Euromonitor International
The cosmetics and toiletries industry continues to benefit from a combination of strong macroeconomic trends and key demographic factors. Innovation and the ability to rapidly adapt to changing circumstances remain vital to success.
By Priyanka Bhattacharya
With a growth in clientele, locations and treatments options, this country is in the midst of a spa boom.
St. Gregory recently opened two new spas in Japan, one in Tokyo and one at the Irago Garden Hotel in Nagoya. Also, the company’s spa at the Parkroyal on Beach Road in Singapore has been renovated and now offers a larger menu of services. 65-6298-0011, firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspired by the rich Arabic culture, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has opened The Six Senses Spa at The Sharq Village & Spa in Doha, Qatar, which features ancient Arabic rejuvenation technique treatments. 800-241-3333
By Melinda Taschetta-Millane
A firsthand look at the trends developing in Singapore spas.
The Casa del Mar Beach Golf & Spa Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, completed a multimillion dollar renovation that includes the new Spa Chakra. Its treatments will aid in total wellness and rejuvenation for its clients. 888-227-9621, email@example.com
By Richard Williams
Embrace the culture of your country and provide a unique experience for your clients.
Aveda has announced its third destination spa in Italy: Aqua Spa in the Grand Hotel Fasano. Located in the northern lakes region of Gardone Riviera, the spa overlooks Lake Garda and offers the full range of Aveda treatments. 39-0365-290220
Radisson Aruba Resort and Casino unveiled its Larimar Spa, a 13,000-square-foot facility that features a full menu of services in nine separate treatment rooms. 800-333-3333
The Australian government has launched an advertising campaign aimed at raising awareness among teenagers of the dangers of skin cancer.
A graphic series of TV ads shows that overexposure to the sun can cause skin cancer in people of all ages.
Australia's chief medical officer, John Horvath, told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation many teenagers are unaware of the facts about skin cancer and they are too young to remember earlier public education campaigns.
"You have to get the message out there again and dispel some of the myths that, 'if you don't get sunburned you'll be all right,' or that a suntan or an olive skin protects you. None of those things are true," Horvath said.
United Press International, November 19, 2006