Dayspa

SEP 2016

DAYSPA is the business resource for spa & wellness professionals! Each issue covers the latest in skin care, spa treatments, wellness services and management strategies.

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"Spas used to be almost exclusively individually owned and operated, but now there's space for everyone—a result of franchises, investment companies and brand mergers. Additionally, it's impressive to see the growth in share in the leisure space with spa, reaffi rming spa's place of importance in society today." —Rose Fernandez, vice president and general manager, North America, Jurlique "With the diversifi cation of cosmetics retailing, the landscape has changed dramatically for the consumer. Spas have to keep their clients from straying by offering exceptional levels of service, expertise and staff education—and even online shopping options—to foster the trust that was once automatic." —Karen Asquith, national director of education, G.M. Collin "There has been a big shift toward organic and natural products and services. Driven by consumer demand and overall global awareness of the benefi ts of a more natural approach to skin care, the past two decades have seen an unprecedented growth in this market." —Szilvia Hickman, owner and senior vice president, Ilike Organic Skin Care "American women and men have fi nally realized that spa treatments aren't just for the rich and famous. More spas have cropped up, making services available and affordable. Products and technology have improved to a point where they really do deliver results. When you look good and feel good, you do good for yourself and others." —Deb Swan, national accounts manager, Nufree fi nipil "The explosion of the internet and social media is the largest shift our professional market has seen— retail users and licensed professionals alike can go online to investigate the latest trends and beauty regimens." —Susanna DiSotto, director of marketing, Conair "Nowadays, our interaction with our guests, our brand image, and the way we develop and launch new products and services is all driven by technology. With the rise of social media and instant access to information, spas need to develop a core message and strategy for communicating that message across a variety of media and channels." —Trena Ross, spa director, L'Institut Sothys New York "We started DAYSPA as a forum—a place where spa owners, industry suppliers and other experts could share ideas. Editors and writers talked with spa owners so they could share information about successful services, staffi ng and training challenges, and equipment and products. That information helped jump-start the entire industry." —Linda W. Lewis, founding editor, DAYSPA "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to "An important change has been the need to assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account assess clients' needs—taking into account nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— nutrition, lifestyle, stress, skin and more— and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. and provide them with customized programs. Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle Clients today want a complete lifestyle change in one place, and the spa is the only change in one place, and the spa is the only change in one place, and the spa is the only y change in one place, and the spa is the only change in one place, and the spa is the only change in one place, and the spa is the only change in one place, and the spa is the only industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." industry to deliver this concept." —Linda T. Nelson, PhD, RND, chairman, M'lis "Skin care used to be viewed as a complete luxury. Thanks largely to more editorial coverage of treatments and products, today's knowledgeable consumers see skin care as a necessity." —Joel Lachman, president, Guinot USA/Lachman Imports 52 DAYSPA | SEPTEMBER 2016 "The biggest "The biggest "The biggest "The biggest change is the change is the change is the change is the swing back to the swing back to the swing back to the true roots of the true roots of the true roots of the true roots of the spa tradition—the spa tradition—the spa tradition—the spa tradition—the spa tradition—the spa tradition—the spa tradition—the industry has moved industry has moved from a nexus of from a nexus of from a nexus of 'pampering' to one 'pampering' to one 'pampering' to one 'pampering' to one of wellness and of wellness and of wellness and of wellness and well-being." well-being." well-being." —Shel Pink, founder, SpaRitual "When I fi rst started formulating, ingredients were derived from animal, fi sh and synthetic oils. Now we have peptides, fruit acids, stabilized enzymes, natural lighteners, botanicals and encapsulated vitamins—to name just a few improvements and innovations." —Debbie Fitzpatrick, vice president of sales and marketing, Botanical Science, Inc. A TIME TO Reflect

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