Combining nature and ingenuity, London Salt Spa brings halotherapy to a most <em>unsalty </em> place.
Venom-based skin care—also known as apitherapy—has been all the rage across the pond ever since Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, famously got her Royal Wedding glow on with help from a bee venom facial. Hailed as “nature’s Botox,” bee venom purportedly tricks the skin into “recovering” from its sting by producing more collagen and elastin. As the trend is rapidly pollinating at spas stateside and beyond, DAYSPA swarmed in to get the scoop.
Our second installment of 2013’s Mother’s Day gift guide caters to those with a need for spa treats that do a body good. Take a gander at our top picks for the guest who wants to give the gift of luxurious body care.
The definition of “cruelty-free” can be murky. Here’s how to discern those products and ingredients that are truly animal-friendly.
These spa goodies are certifiably good for the environment <em>and</em> clients.
In this new weekly column, we present real-life day spa disaster scenarios, and reveal how pros dealt with each crisis.
Buoy Mother Earth—and your bottom line—by selling with a conscience.