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An acute or chronic inflammation of the skin, contact dermatitis can result from working with chemical, physical or biological agents, and it often appears on the hands.
As consumers cut back on their spending, many spas are left wondering what will become of them. It depends on how aggressively you work to make your store the best it can be.
The author shares Mintel's analysis on consumer attitudes toward packaging—notably "precyclers."
In research released by the Natural Marketing Institute, it was indicated that more than 80% of U.S. adults are at least partially motivated by sustainability.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says it will liberalize regulations that limit the size of cosmetic liquids to containers of 3 oz. or smaller on flights.
By: Lori Nestore
Stop worrying about the economy and do something about how it affects your business.
Like Rosie the Riveter, women could be the secret weapon to helping right the economy ... and they could win fabulous prizes in the process.
Giving young women educational materials about the risks of indoor tanning helps them find healthier alternatives for changing appearances, a study says.
By: Sharona Schweitzer
Identifying the spa industry job that best fits your needs is half the battle when launching a successful esthetic career.
By: Michelle LaBrosse
Discover how applying project management techniques can result in a more organized life.