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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

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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.

Dec
17
2008

New Research Shows How Oral Supplements Can Affect Skin

High molecular weight hyaluronan from oral supplements does reach skin and joint tissues, supporting a role for the compound in such products, says a new study.