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Aug
29
2012

U.S. Spa Revenue Grows 4.5% to $13.4 billion

Study reveals the spa industry outpaced U.S. economic growth at end of 2011

Aug
28
2012

Iranian Skin Care Market on Growth Spurt

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Market grew 24% in 2010 due to marketing efforts and higher oil prices, which has boosted the average national income

Aug
22
2012

Economy Issues Affect Change in Consumer Shopping Habits

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SymphonyIRI looked at the new shopping behaviors and tactics consumers are exhibiting in the wake of the recession and the new world market environment.

Aug
15
2012

Prestige Makeup Up 8% for First Half of 2012

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A report from The NPD Group tracks the increase in sales for prestige products in categories of nails, lips, eyes and face.

Aug
13
2012

Salon/Spa Performance Index Rises Sequentially

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Underlying indicators were mixed: Service sales were steady, but retail sales fell.

Aug
07
2012

Men Spending More Cash on Skin Care Services at Salons

Mintel study says 39% of men surveyed get a salon facial once a week, compared to 6% of women.

Aug
03
2012

Report: Spas a Key Factor When Consumers Book Hotels

Hilton Blue Paper report says travelers perceive hotels with spas as more upscale, regardless of whether they plan to use the spa or not.

Jul
24
2012

Professional Skin Care Products Market Grows 5.3% in 2011

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China, South Korea lead growth trend; U.S. and Europe face challenges.

Jul
18
2012

Consumers Seeking ‘A Life in Balance,’ According to Trend Report

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Taking steps to restore and recharge are keys to achieving and sustaining a better life, consumers say in new study from fragrance company Arylessence on American consumer attitudes and behaviors.

Jul
03
2012

Winners of the Spa of the Future Challenge Named; Defiant! Teen Spa Takes Top Place

“The judges were floored by the quality, detail and creativity in each school’s submission, with many observing these students delivered more innovative, thoughtful business plans than most professional consultants do,” said Cornell Professor Mary Tabacchi