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8/18/2015 | Heather Hickman
Understanding the key factors involved in choosing the right machine functionalities for the treatment room is imperative to a spa’s success.
News in Health is researching whether positive individuals are benefiting their physical health.
7/31/2015 | Leo Tonkin
Dry salt therapy, or halotherapy, is being embraced across the United States as a modern modality for health and wellness, but this practice started a long time ago—in Eastern Europe’s salt mines.
7/30/2015 | Terri Wojak
Although today’s laser and light devices are user-friendly, understanding their physics, tissue interaction and safety protocol is imperative to their success.
7/30/2015 | Katie Anderson
To have repeat clients, spas need to have that little extra—that service, add-on, refreshment, facility access, etc.—that makes their client feel special and ensures their return.
Miramar Labs announced the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approved the miraDry system for permanent reduction of unwanted underarm hair of all colors.
7/27/2015 | Katie Anderson
Have you heard of multi-masking? This concept may have been used by estheticians for years, but it is gaining popularity with consumers all over the country.
A study confirmed the efficacy in utilizing a rheumatoid arthritis drug to treat patients with moderate to severe eczema.
Clear, healthy skin is what everyone wants and yet even with today’s advanced science that simple desire eludes many people.
7/20/2015 | Kristen Wegrzyn
Adding essential oils and aromatherapy to a spa treatment is one way to customize an appointment, creating a more effective experience for clients.
Consumers are turning to at-home spa treatments instead of regular visits to their esthetician, according to Charlotte Libby, senior beauty analyst at Mintel.
Skin Inc. talked to Marina Peredo, M.D., dermatologist at Skinfluence NYC, on the significance of vitamin D to skin and overall body health.