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By: Bryan Durocher
The Aussie attitude toward training and treatments makes this country's spa industry one to watch.
Physicians in the Air Force are beginning training in acupuncture techniques to use in the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan for pain management.
Online support communities appear to offer both a valuable educational resource and a source of psychological and social support for individuals with psoriasis, according to a report in the January issue of Archives of Dermatology.
Euromonitor International forecasts men’s grooming products in Russia to see sales growth of 42% to 2012.
Personal care products for men are flooding the shelves, and launches are becoming increasingly adventurous as the market matures, according to Mintel.
The December trade retail sales figures from the U.S. Department of Commerce reveal that the personal care category is a shining star amid poor overall figures.
Medical testing business preMD has launched a clinical trial with a global cosmetics company, focusing on its skin cholesterol test. Partnerships between medical companies specializing in predictive tests and personal care players are becoming increasingly common, as the opportunities for personalized cosmetics become apparent.
By: Cathy Christensen
Read the articles the inspired this month's Face to Face profile to open a children's spa.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
We're changing up our content to help you better deal with this year's economic challenges.
Getting back to quality basics, more economically wise choices and combining spa treatments with other health necessities are a few of the trends on ISPA's radar for the coming year.