We’ve all made mistakes: bell bottoms, scrunchies and laying out in the sun without sunscreen. All that’s in the past. Thanks to advances in skin care and advice from experts, we now know sun worshipping isn’t chic.
From banged-up knees to broken hearts, mom’s been there for you since the beginning. So why not treat her this Mother’s Day to a relaxing, nurturing spa experience? According to Mom Central Consulting, 76 percent of moms who are making cuts in spending are no longer buying items for themselves.
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The International SPA Association Foundation is proud to announce that for the second year, applications for both the Ruth Stricker Spa and Wellness Award and the Dr. Howard Murad Research Grant are available. Both of these opportunities help further the ISPA Foundation’s research initiatives.
The “Live Music Capitol of the World,” Austin, Texas, is preparing to host the 19th annual ISPA Conference & Expo, Oct. 5-8. Dust off your boots and two-step your way to Texas for more than 30 hours of education and hundreds of exhibitors showcasing new products.
It’s so easy to get wrapped up in the doom and gloom of the economy. You can’t turn on the TV or open a newspaper without reading about the stock market tanking, home foreclosure rates rising and increased unemployment. The International SPA Association is giving you permission to put the negative aside and take in the good that spas, both big and small, are doing across the country
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The word “spa” translates from the Latin phrase Salude Per Aqua and means “healing through water.” Since ancient times water treatments, or hydrotherapy, has been common place in Europe but never really caught on in the United States.