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The 2019 Aspire Higher Scholarship Program is Accepting Applications

The program will award $90,000 in total scholarships to nine students who have been treated for a dermatologic condition.

Irene Forte Brings Millennial Expertise to the Global Wellness Summit

“With millennials representing the first ‘wellness generation’—and as the age demographic that will have the highest spending power by 2025—Irene will help us stay relevant and keep evolving toward the next-generation wellness consumer,” said GWS chairman and CEO Susie Ellis.

Plastic Surgeon Joins Carillon Miami Wellness

The resort will now offer services including non-invasive injectables, dermal fillers, chemical peels and consultations for invasive procedures such as body contouring and breast enhancement.

Jeremy McCarthy is the 2019 ISPA Visionary

Over the course of his 25-year career operating luxury spas in resorts and hotel properties, the director of spa & wellness for Mandarin Oriental has pioneered innovative spa concepts such as the benefits of technology-free areas.

Blood Cream Becomes the Latest Celebrity-Endorsed Trend

Blood cream has become the latest celebrity-induced skin care trend. The creation from Barbara Sturm, this $1,400 moisturizer is sparking people's interest.

Not Your Average Kiddie Pool—Indonesia Gets Hydrothermal Spa for Kids

The 8,000 square foot hydrothermal circuit is open to children ages 5-12, with features including a water and heat tunnel; rock sauna with climbing walls; and rasul-like mud room with organic therapeutic clays and Octopi tentacles blowing warm air to dry the mud.

FDA Talks Cannabis Next Steps, Announces Public Hearing

The new steps will include the creation of an eternal agency that will explore potential pathways for the lawful marketing of products with CBD.

Sentient Lasers Virtually Brings Technology to Your Living Room

Dot Demo provides customers with a live video demonstration of the laser of their choice.

Cosmetics That Are Kind to Animals

Cruelty-free and vegan has become prominently promoted, and it should be taken seriously in the industry and not seen as a fad. See how this "trend" is becoming a staple.

British Spa Makes Major Investment in Workplace Wellness

Titanic Spa in Yorkshire, U.K., has invested £35,000 in a designated wellness area for its staff. Features include phone charging ports, snack and coffee machines and Bluetooth speakers.

Hippity Hops: Another Beer Spa is Set to Open

Located in Columbia-Tusculum, Ohio, Bier Spa will offer 45-minute, $75 sessions including two beers, a visit to the sauna and a soak in a hops-filled tubs.

5 Skin Care Trends to Educate Your Clients On

Skin care trends come and go pretty regularly in the industry, but just because something is trending doesn't mean it's safe for the skin. Check out what skin care trends you might want to educate your clients on.

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