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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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"In the '90s, my natural approach to skin care was considered backward and old-fashioned. Today, we get emails every day from pros who want to incorporate more holistic procedures and products into their practices. I'm deeply grateful to DAYSPA for the way it educates spa professionals about natural ingredients and holistic procedures." —Elina Fedotova, founder and president, Elina Organics "The number and variety of treatments have increased tremendously in the last two decades. Spas have branched out to make services like red light therapy and infrared body wraps standard offerings. From an insurance perspective, this isn't without drawbacks, as equipment isn't always the best quality!" —Chris Beshore, vice president, Insurtec "Spa guests expect more—quick treatments with immediate visible results— with little downtime. They have become much more skin savvy, and they want more specifi c rather than general care, which is why we're constantly working on new formulations that provide individualized care for each guest or patient." —Gül Zone, president, DermAware Bio-Targeted Skin Care "In the past 20 years, spas have come to understand the most important thing is not the services they offer, but the experience— by raising the perceived value of spa services, clients are now reaping feelings of total wellness and pampering." —Tony Cuccio, CEO, Star Nail and Cuccio Naturalé "There's a more holistic approach to health with a blending of services and products, including supplements, that promote lifelong wellness. Things aren't compartmentalized any more, but rather recognized as being part of a whole on the journey to health." —Jane Iredale, founder and president, Jane Iredale Mineral Makeup "There has been a huge mental shift from thinking that a spa treatment is purely a luxury item for a few to knowing and appreciating that it's truly a wellness regimen for all." —Lynda Solien-Wolfe, vice president, massage & spa, Performance Health "As the skin industry expands and more clients seek noninvasive modalities, the number of innovative skincare formulations grows too. Science is currently discovering groundbreaking ingredients and delivery systems to reverse the eff ects of environmental assaults, intrinsic aging and imbalanced skin. These new powerful professional formulations are setting back the skin aging clock for all skin types and ethnicities." —Christine Heathman, CEO, GlyMed Plus Professional Skin Care "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress "Science keeps showing that stress can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, g can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, can lead to major health problems, so we're noticing the spa industry so we're noticing the spa industry so we're noticing the spa industry so we're noticing the spa industry so we're noticing the spa industry so we're noticing the spa industry increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services increasingly promoting its services as a wellness maintenance and g as a wellness maintenance and g as a wellness maintenance and as a wellness maintenance and as a wellness maintenance and as a wellness maintenance and as a wellness maintenance and as a wellness maintenance and as a wellness maintenance and illness prevention option." illness prevention option." illness prevention option." illness prevention option." illness prevention option." illness prevention option." illness prevention option." —Nadia Fathallah, category manager for hair removal, skincare and pedicure, American International Industries "When we fi rst brought our organic and biodynamic products to North America about 20 years ago, people literally laughed at us, saying that the products looked like jams and jellies, and couldn't actually change your skin. Now it's common knowledge that such formulas can make a real difference!" —Boldijarre Koronczay, president, Éminence "Men's services "Men's services "Men's services "Men's services "Men's services have become the have become the have become the have become the norm! It's no longer norm! It's no longer norm! It's no longer taboo for XYs to taboo for XYs to hit the beach, the hit the beach, the hit the beach, the hit the beach, the hit the beach, the hit the beach, the golf course and golf course and golf course and golf course and the pedi chair." g the pedi chair." the pedi chair." the pedi chair." —Shannon McLinden, president and founder, FarmHouse Fresh "There has been a major shift toward educating consumers on the benefi ts of well-being. Putting wellness- and medically-oriented treatments on the menu means spa-goers have more choices with therapeutic value, and spas have greater opportunities to further defi ne themselves as wellness necessities." —Brenda Elliott, CEO, Universal Companies dayspamagazine.com | SEPTEMBER 2016 53

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