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Feb
25
2009

A Fan of Fennel

fennel
By: Cathy Christensen

This outstanding supporting ingredient will give some texture to your spa's menu.

Feb
23
2009

Drinking Coffee or Tea May Lower Risk of Stroke

Clients stopping into the spa often take a few minutes to enjoy a relaxing hot beverage, and a new study suggests that cup of tea or coffee may help them prevent strokes.

Feb
06
2009

Recipe: Fresh Spinich and Balsamic Fig Salad

By: Cathy Christensen

From Executive Chef Andrew Roenbeck of Boca Raton Resort & Club in Boca Raton, Florida.

Jan
30
2009

Figs Make It Big

figs tumbling out of basket
By: Cathy Christensen

This seasonal delicacy can help make your spa the sanctuary it should be.

Jan
23
2009

January is Hot Tea Month

Hot teas can be a natural remedy for various ailments your clients are experiencing.

Jan
07
2009

Probiotics: The Latest Buzzword in Nutrition

women with hands forming circle in front of stomach
By: Pat Lam

Often, your clients' complexions are only as healthy as their GI tracts.

Jan
07
2009

The Main Squeeze

grapefruit
By: Cathy Christensen

This spa staple provides a refreshing take on skin care and cuisine

Dec
30
2008

Happy New Year from Skin Inc. Magazine!

Skin Inc. magazine wishes you a happy and prosperous new year and helps prepare you for coming changes with these predictions in wellness and nutrition for 2009 from Datamonitor.

Dec
30
2008

Beauty Foods Seen as a Coming Trend for 2009

In a survey of the top ten packaged goods trends, Datamonitor has tipped beauty foods for success in the coming year.

Dec
23
2008

Recipe: Vegan Peppermint Chocolate Mousse

By: Cathy Christensen

Your clients will enjoy this treat from Head Chef Todd Cameron, Gaia Retreat & Spa, Bangalow, Australia.