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Mintel study says 39% of men surveyed get a salon facial once a week, compared to 6% of women.
Hilton Blue Paper report says travelers perceive hotels with spas as more upscale, regardless of whether they plan to use the spa or not.
China, South Korea lead growth trend; U.S. and Europe face challenges.
Taking steps to restore and recharge are keys to achieving and sustaining a better life, consumers say in new study from fragrance company Arylessence on American consumer attitudes and behaviors.
“The judges were floored by the quality, detail and creativity in each school’s submission, with many observing these students delivered more innovative, thoughtful business plans than most professional consultants do,” said Cornell Professor Mary Tabacchi
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Voted as the world's best spa by the British high-fashion Tatler magazine, this facility to Lion in the Sun retreat is the only one of its kind in Africa.
New research indicates that more than 88% of the girls ages 15 to 25 in the United States would change something to their body if that was easily feasible.
The U.S. market for beauty products aimed at ethnic markets continued to grow in 2011, approaching $3 billion.
New trends in nail care, dramatic eye looks and the appeal of limited edition scents significantly bolstered sales in the 2011 U.S. personal care market.
New research from Mintel shows the anti-aging skin care market reached $2.3 billion in 2011, with female consumers from the U.S. and Western Europe leading its consumption, and interest in beauty devices on the rise.