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A study by Essence magazine, in conjunction with Vision Critical Group, shows that African-American women spend nearly twice as much on skin care annually than the general market.
Cleaning agents used in hospitals have been found to cause health conditions, such as hand eczema, making it important for skin care professionals to watch for signs of these issues.
Market analyst firm Datamonitor has released a new report on the growth of the men's grooming market, indicating factors such as price and familiarity are highly important to them.
ISPA has made available a list of Global Best Practices to help ensure that spas provide quality services to their clients.
By: Elizabeth Roche, MD
Catering to your loyal clientele will result in career success.
Mintel, the global consumer and market research company, has released five ways consumers may adapt to the world's changes during the coming year.
New research shows the importance of a quality Web site to sales both online and offline.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD and Terri A. Wojak
Meeting your clients' needs is a sure way to success.
Giving young women educational materials about the risks of indoor tanning helps them find healthier alternatives for changing appearances, a study says.
By: Troy Fairchild
Knowing what's going on in the mind of a male spa-goer can be the key to broadening your client base.