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The spa industry bands together this month raising funds in a variety of ways to help increase breast cancer awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Personal care workers have the highest rates of depression among full time workers in the United States.
By Tracy Sherwood
Customers want spas to appeal to their ideas of luxury with interactive experiences and electric atmospheres.
By Howard Murad, MD, and Jeff Murad
Discover how men are becoming the new wave in skin care.
By Michelle Gonzales
San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology future professionals support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In celebration of its newly opened conference center, the Red Mountain Spa in St. George, UT, introduced its Climb to “Spa”cess package, which includes a Bye-Bye Blackberry Break and a 50-minute spa treatment. 435-673-4905
The second Pink Report of 2007, Survival of the Prettiest: Face & Body Skin Care, is a comprehensive and unique look at what women want in skin care products, what she’ll buy and why.
Clients at the Just Calm Down Spa in New York can be drop-dead gorgeous for Halloween with the spa’s new seasonal menu options: the Mummy Wrap, a full body treatment; Red Hot Devil, a hot stone massage; and A Pumpkin for Your Thoughts, a manicure and pedicure. 212-337-0032