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Studies show that lack of sleep may lead to problems completing a task, concentrating and making decisions, and might impact aging and diabetes. Luckily, spas are looking at creative ways they can educate clients on the importance of quality sleep time.
May is National Strawberry Month, and The Umstead Hotel and Spa in Cary, North Carolina is treating spa clients to an invigorating Strawberry Elderflower Elixir.
Sadly, one in three women say they feel anxious and hardly ever smile at themselves because of what they see in the mirror, according to new Dove global research.
By: Michele Steinert
Fill clients' need for naturals by offering products and treatments that incorporate honey, beeswax or propolis.
Hyperpigmentation is commonly treated with topical treatments with varying degrees of success. Now, new topical ingredients—including some that are plant-based—are offering more treatment alternatives showing promise for this tricky skin condition.
By: Deedee Crossett
Follow these tips to stay healthy during the cold and flu season.
By: JoElle Lee
A partnership has to be formed with your clients to find a long-term solution that treats the root cause of their skin problems.
Todd Patkin—a businessman and philanthropist who kicked anxiety and depression and went on to write a book on happiness—wants you to have a different answer to whether you're really happy next year.
Cold weather brings cold and flu season and a low-tech practice—the use of essential oils in aromatherapy—offers comfort for their symptoms.
By: Katherine Tomasso
Botanically rich products can support the skin through the inflammatory and repairing stages of the skin after medical spa treatments.