Like many people these days, you’re probably heard of Swedish massage. It is after all the Queen of Massage if there is one. You may also be aware of the many benefits of massage- the stress reduction, immediate benefits to your immune system and of course the relaxation zone post benefits.
It’s the time of year when we all want to look and feel our best. Check out these 12 spa and beauty services that are sure to make your holidays merry –and attract lots of compliments.
As a former Beauty Director I had heard about The Lab Room but hadn’t tried it. It took coming to Miami and Andria Mitsakos from Wanderlista to introduce me to the line and make me fall in love. It’s so spa. Clearly, new horizons deliver new discoveries.
Hong Kong is overwhelming in the best possible way—we break down where to stay, spa, and dine.
Three autumn spices – and recipes — to make your food seasonally splendid.
This ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine practice may sound scary to some but in fact what seems painful actually is great for alleviating pain.
Refreshing water with slices of citrus and white fluffy robes – these are the simple amenities spa visitors have come to expect and delight in. But there is another ambient detail that gets overlooked since it usually hits us on a more unconscious level: the calming orange blossom and lavender scents that often waft through […]
The Spafinder Trends Report is an in-depth forecast of the most significant global trends that will impact the Spa industry and consumers in the year ahead. Developed by a team of research analysts, editors and industry experts, the forecast is based on ongoing surveys of the spa, wellness and beauty providers in the Spafinder Network, […]
Hi Everyone, Those of you who know me understand that tracking trends in the spa and wellness world for Spafinder Wellness 365 is one of my favorite things to do – and something I have been doing for many decades. I am deeply involved with the research; creating and analyzing surveys we conduct with consumers, […]
A recent study by Scripps Clinic linked use of sleeping pills to a 4.6 times higher risk of death from cancer, heart disease, and other ailments, when compared to those that do not use prescription sleep medications.