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Inside Addition: NYC’s Park Avenue Welcomes Medspa

Designed to cater to clients looking for non-invasive treatments, Inside Beauty will offer full face and body rejuvenation and facial contouring, among other services.

7 Forward Thinking Wellness Trends for 2019

The wellness industry is growing and with growth comes innovation. Check out what 2019 is bringing to the wellness industry, and how it might be the most forward thinking year for wellness.

HydraFacial and Senté Want to Give You a Boost

The two companies will launch a new booster, Senté Dermal Repair, to medical providers. The booster can be added to HydraFacial treatments, providing additional customization and targeted results.

Reflections: Here’s Your Shot

With January being the beginning of a new year, it's best to get off to a fresh start. This issue of Skin Inc. is about setting your goals and achieving them this year, while also learning about lash lifts.

#10Things You Can Do For New Employees

Training staff is extremely important for success, so check out these 10 tips that can help you better train and understand your team for flawless execution of treatments.

The #1 REASON Your Spa Goals Fail

Create SMART and manageable goals that can easily lead you to spa success. See how you can be achieving more than you ever thought you were able to.

England Spa Targets Workplace Wellness

The Oulton Hall Hotel in Leeds, West Yorkshire England has a plan for their 2019 treatment menu that is all about workplace wellness. See how this may actually be an ingenious idea.

Thermal Spa Opens in Cheshire, England

The Garden Spa, located at the Great Sankey Neighborhood Hub in Warrington, is slated to open in early 2019 and will specialize in thermal experiences.

Health Canada Warns Over Plasma Pen Safety

Health Canada is advising that spa professionals avoid plasma, or "fibroblast," pens. There are a number of side effects that Health Canada finds to deem the medical device unsafe.

Viral Beauty Trend Uses Fire to Combat Aging

A viral beauty trend has people setting themselves on fire...literally. This trend is meant to help with rejuvenating the skin by setting it on fire through the use of an alcohol soaked cloth.

Civana Appoints Seasoned CEO

Maggie Lang brings more than 25 years of leadership experience to her new role, most recently at United Airlines and Kimpton.

FDA Announces Plan to Modernize Medical Devices

The FDA released a statement discussing the changes that are going to be made to the 510(k) pathway discussing medical devices. See what changes are on the horizon and how it will benefit the industry.

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