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By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, Tracy L. Drumm and Terri …
In order for clients to get the most out of your treatments, they need to nurture their skin from the inside, as well as the outside.
Healthy Aging is Not Just for Boomers Anymore—With Exclusive Commentary About How to Serve the Younger Healthy Aging Client
Only on SkinInc.com: Linda Povey, vice president of strategic consulting for the Natural Marketing Institute, explains how to provide the right offerings for this new younger healthy aging consumer.
Eating Vegetables Can Give Your Clients a Healthy Tan With Exclusive Commentary on How to Customize Nutrition Recommendations for Clients
Only on SkinInc.com: Nutrition expert Pat Lam explains how to customize nutrition recommendations for clients, helping them consume a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables for a golden glow and increased skin health.
Only on SkinInc.com: Debra Koerner of The Destination Spa Group shares its top 10 decadent desserts, as well as tips about how to market your Valentine's Day services this year.
NOTE: Only on SkinInc.com: Exclusive spa-focused commentary by Melisse Gelula, co-founder of Well+Good, follows this news item explaining which of these trends can be translated into your spa in order to meet your clients' fitness needs and open up a new revenue stream.
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: Samantha Chmelik
Vitamins continue to be a popular ingredient in professional skin care.
By: Samantha Chmelik
Check out more information about international vitamin trends from Euromonitor's Samantha Chmelik.
Pumpkin is a healthy and season treat for your spa clients.
By: Ahmed Abdullah, MD
Antioxidants are the "it" word in today's anti-aging strategies, but are they really all they're cracked up to be?