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APR 2017

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G l o b a l M o v e m e n t s [ 86 ] • DAYSPA • april 2017 International beauty therapy association CIDESCO, which recently celebrated its 70th anniversary, reached out to four of its 29 sections globally to create the 2017 Beauty Trends Report, which showcases of-the-moment beauty crazes. In Switzerland, eyebrows are seen as an important facial feature, and a plethora of new pencils, powders and sculpting gels are set to hit the scene this year. The report suggests that microblading, a meticulous tattooing process that fi lls in over- plucked brows to create a semipermanent look, is tapped to become one of the most on-demand procedures. The U.S. has seen a rebirth of facial masks, with that sector of the market predicted to be valued at more than $7.4 billion by 2020. Hydrating sheet masks and lip masks in particular, notes the report, have been growing in popularity among American women. In Italy, as part of a new mentality that views the spa as more than just a single treatment, services are becoming more personalized, and sensory stimulation is increasingly being used to provide unique experiences that aim to create repeat customers. As the second most populated country in the world, India is also the youngest—more than 65 percent of the current population is under the age of 35. These citizens are more drawn toward traditional and natural concoctions—ingredients such as honey, coconut, sandalwood and turmeric. © GETTY IMAGES Global Movements in the news industry headlines H E A L I N G N E W S We all know the importance of conserving our drinking water supplies, but how do we reconcile this imperative with the frequently touted "eight glasses a day" rule? Easy, say nutritionists: Eat more water. Yes, that's right. There are a surprising number of foods capable of supplying much of the hydration we need. In fact, foods with a high water content do more than just hydrate us. A study conducted by researchers at the University of Aberdeen Medical School in Scotland found that water-rich foods supplement the body with natural sugars, amino acids, mineral salts and vitamins—all nutrients that can be lost when we exercise. These water-rich foods also deliver fi ber, which aids the digestive system and helps fi ll us up. Thus, watery edibles can function as eff ective weight-loss aids. "Moisture in solid foods already typically accounts for about 20 percent of our water intake," points out nutritionist Ellie Krieger. "You can up that number by digging into plenty of water-rich foods." At the top of the list, according to weight loss blog The Science of Eating (thescienceofeating.com), are: Krieger also stresses that the eight glasses a day prescription may not work for everyone: The amount of water we need varies depending on our individual level of activity, the climate we live in and other factors. When it comes to actually taking in that precious H 2 O, she concludes, "Let your thirst be your guide." Happy Hydrating! Food Percentage water Cucumbers 96.7 Iceberg lettuce 95.6 Celery 95.4 Radishes 95.3 Tomatoes 94.5 Green peppers 93.9 Caulifl ower 92.1 Watermelon 91.5 Spinach 91.4 Star fruit 91.4 Strawberries 91.0

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