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This year's award-winners are the most diverse group of spas in the history of the awards.
Spa Gregorie's, The Sagestone Spa & Salon, The Spas and Salons at Wynn Las Vegas, The Royal Sphatika Spa, Apothecary Wellness and The Spa at The Inn at Bay Harbor all introduced new treatments and programs recently.
Both Lexli and Clean Scene debuted new websites recently.
According to a report by Kline & Co., beauty sales have grown by nearly $1 billion since 2005, and are being driven by more online sales, as well as cross-channel marketing efforts on TV and in stores.
Sales of male skin care products in the countries of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the U.K. increased more than €100 million from 2005 to 2010, with herbal and botanical products now amongst the market leaders.
GSS Research Finds $106 Billion Wellness Tourism Market Held Back by Conceptual Confusion: With Exclusive Commentary from Susie Ellis About What This Means for the Spa Industry
Only on SkinInc.com: “This report should be read by every tourism board, spa and medical facility worldwide,” noted Susie Ellis, GSS board member.
A new report by Kline indicates this rise in consumer understanding is putting pressure on active ingredient manufacturers to produce innovative products.
Only on SkinInc.com: Spa Week released its top 10 spa treatment trends and has provided SkinInc.com with exclusive tips and advice about how to market these trends to ensure that they are profitable additions to your menu.
Are Your Clients Addicted to Indoor Tanning? With Exclusive Commentary About How to Wean Clients From Unhealthy Tanning Behaviors
Only on SkinInc.com: A new study suggests that indoor tanners may exhibit brain changes that are similar to drug addicts, suggesting indoor tanning may be addictive. Terri Wojak, director of True University Esthetics, gives advice on how to encourage clients to seek healthier options.
The market research company found a majority of body care lotion users wish products lasted longer and were more effective, opening the segment up for products that provide more satisfaction.