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According to Kline & Company, the United States and Europe posted significant declines in professional skin care in 2009 while Brazil's market was stronger than ever. The future is expected to bring a 5.6% growth in the United States by 2014.
Mintel reports that Hispanic women feel underrepresented in the beauty and personal care aisle; 81% of Latinas surveyed would like more products with bilingual packaging.
A new study indicates that flooring in a retail area does have an influence on whether a client will purchase products.
By: Cathy Christensen
Whether yours is an established spa or a new one, it is important to have some nitty-gritty strategies to take it to the next level.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Take a 20-step test to learn about your spa quality.
A report on beauty retailing from consumer intelligence company Mintel shows female baby boomers are increasingly web savvy, often going online to buy cosmetics and personal care products.
By: Carrie Lennard
Despite a decrease in body care sales in the United States, emerging markets and natural products are on the rise.
By: Jamie Scalise
Stop hiding behind your fears and become part of your spa's solution by embracing client-focused sales.
Helping the beauty company extend its reach in the nail care market, L'Oreal is set to purchase nail and cosmetic company Essie.
This is the first retail report released by the Day Spa Association.