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Developments in spas and heath care, energy medicine and in-transit spa experiences are among the biggest spa industry trends SpaFinder predicts for the coming year.
Turbulent economic times put a damper on most consumer spending, according to Euromonitor International, and while the luxury goods market may see sales drop, the appeal of luxury will remain.
Beauty companies should help encourage men to be masculine, according to a cross-cultural beauty survey.
Recent research that questioned the potential of antioxidants to fight against aging has elicited a number of reactions from the industry, questioning the relevance of the findings to human skin.
Product launches grow in 2008; tailoring new products to men's needs key to expansion.
Christine Swetland, Owner/esthetician/massage therapist, Vitality Skin&Body, Vacaville, CA, has won a Pevonia gift basket for answering last month's Vocal Point question.
The majority of American men—57%—consider themselves sexy, according to a new global survey by market research firm Synovate.
The NPD Group reports that makeup preference shifts as women age. The organization also suggests that makeup is a good beauty category to focus on because it offers an indulgence during these economically challenging times. Makeup services and retail may hold the keys to financial success for spas in 2009.
Synovate global male beauty survey uncovers attitudes and perceptions toward appearances and male beauty products throughout the world. This information can help your spa better understand what drives your current--and potential--male clients.
By: Pat Heydlauff
Your spa's work flow can improve if you introduce this ancient concept into your business environment.