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Documenting a major opportunity for the development of alternative therapies, a new study shows many practicing clinicians aren't aware of the federal government's support of these types of treatments.
The downturn in the economy is leading more job-seekers to turn to plastic surgery to help them look more youthful, and this is a market spas can potentially tap into, as well.
Showing the increasing importance of offering people, and particularly young women, protection against the harmful effects of the sun on skin, melanoma is has become the most common cancer for young British women.
In a year of decline, spa products showed the strongest dollar growth.
A decrease in enrollment and graduations from massage schools could mean a tightening of competition within the spa and bodywork industries.
NMI reports that baby boomers are placing less importance on material things and luxury items than in 2006.
Taschetta-Millane shares her expertise live on Skin Health Today with Celeste Hilling this Thursday, February 5.
By: Cathy Christensen
A variety of business-focused trends are helping spas address the recession.
Anti-aging is often the name of the game when it comes to the spa, and anti-aging treatments and retail hinge on quality products. According to this new study by Mintel, anti-aging skin care products are beginning to become the most purchased skin care items.
With retail being more important than ever in spas, this survey from Synovate shows how different countries' consumers are responding to the economic crunch when it comes to buying beauty products, providing helpful information on how to prop up retail sales.