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A spa in Northern Virginia has begun offering pedicures that features the garra rufa fish to get rid of dry, flaking skin.
Although the Time to Talk program is geared toward physicians and boomers, it offers a great opportunity to guide the spa professional when advising clients to consult a physician about CAM. Making your clients aware of this initiative could result in them experiencing a more well-rounded healthcare approach from their physicians.
Skin Inc. magazine is holding its next webinar August 12, 2008, featuring information on treatments for teen skin and acne.
According to The NPD Group, Inc., sales of premium facial skin care products saw growth in China in 2007.
By: Nica Lewis
The obsession for natural and organic beauty products with ingredients sourced from popular tourist hotspots, such as the Mediterranean, is taking a new direction ...
By: Karen Newman
The boom in anti-aging skin care gave a big boost to specialty contract manufacturers, but those with broader offerings have also gained from the category’s growth and influence.
A survey released by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery shows younger women seeking noninvastive cosmetic procedures are a key demographic for medical spas.
U.S. retail sales of consumer packaged goods in the category reached $102.75 billion…
Market research firm The Hartman Group has launched a study on consumer attitudes on sustainability, helping industry professional target and tailor greening strategies accordingly.
Euromonitor International has published a report of the 25 global consumer trends for 2008 that are predicted to impact consumers through 2012...