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ISPA Raises Its Glass to St. Patrick's Day Spa Treatments: With Exclusive Tips From ISPA President For Bringing in New Clients Through Holiday Promotions
Only on SkinInc.com: ISPA president Lynne McNees gives six tips about how spas can take advantage of holidays to entice clients and consumers through their doors.
Read exclusive commentary from spa safety expert Janet McCormick about how a focus on spa sanitation and safety, beginning in your nail area, can result in satisfied, trusting and repeat clients.
Ona Spa, Sofitel LA's LeSpa, The Spa at Mohonk Mountain House and Oasis Day Spa all launched new treatments and programs recently.
Sphatika, Massage Envy, Kohala Spa and The Peninsula Spa and Fitness Center in Chicago all recently introduced new spa treatments and programs.
A new article in Glamour magazine addresses the growing health crisis for young women: anxiety. Many spa clients look for relief from anxiety symptoms in your spa. How are you addressing their needs? Are you recommending that they see their physician for extreme cases? Read this article to find out more about the condition and how you can help.
By: Jimm Harrison
Aromatherapy involves its own special vernacular when used in the spa.
As a spa professional, you are in a unique position to be able to help clients identify skin cancer. Be sure to make note of any marks that appear odd, according to the information in this piece, and be sure to recommend a visit to the dermatologist if it is in order. Also, make sure that clients perform the home skin care checks as advised in this piece.
When working with aromatherapy, one method often used is to create a sense of escape. Lydia Sarfati discusses how this can happen with her new aromatherapeutic spa line, Kanshi.
Find out why ayurvedic practices are becoming more and more popular in the Western world.
New research at the University of Bath suggests that using emollient creams to relieve the symptoms of eczema could actually make the condition worse.