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Spring Networking Event Sponsor Highlight : Elemental Herbology

 Based on the Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Elemental Herbology sources the highest quality, natural ingredients and combines them with the latest technologies, unique treatments and innovative products to bring ultimate skin nutrition to spas across the globe. With a focus on well-being and lifestyle, Elemental Herbology
EDUCATION FIRSTWhile the Dermalogica story begins in 1986, the force of change in the industry started in Los Angeles, circa 1983. Jane Wurwand, a United Kingdom-trained skin therapist, recognised tha
 CryoAction’s extreme cold spa treatments came to fruition after extensive exploration into alternative therapy for those who needed effective restorative and rehabilitative care. Cryotherapy has
Introducing Body Ballancer, a premium wellness treatment that can produce a range of health and aesthetic benefits, without the need for a therapist. WHAT IS IT? The Body Ballancer is a clin
 Sustainable, Responsible, Luxury... New for 2020, BC Softwear have launched SmartSoft®. The SmartSoft® collection is specifically designed for spas and hotels that have an On-Premise Laundr
Public relations is a great way to build your business image, even if your business is well-established, there’s no time like the present to bring it to the attention of a new market.With 2.3 billion
- by Juliet Wheater The significance of Brexit cannot be underestimated as the most important political issue facing the United Kingdom since the Second World War! At the time of going to press,
- by Juliet Wheater Gut health refers to the balance of microorganisms that live within the digestive tract. Looking after the health of the gut and maintaining the right balance of these microor
- by ukactive In the UK we are facing a physical inactivity crisis, especially in relation to the workplace. Research from the Lancet (embed link – see end) shows that office workers spending eig