Archive for April 23rd, 2010
Summer is right around the corner! With sunnier days comes the temptation to soak in the rays. We all know that we need to be watchful of our skincare regimen during this time to protect from harmful UV rays. The folks at Ilike Organic Skin Care remind us that you have to apply SPF not only at the beach, but also during any prolonged outdoor activity.
Containing vitamins, lycopenes, bioflavanoids, and karotenoids, Ilike’s Tomato Suntan Lotion and Tomato Suntan Gel selectively filter the harmful UVC and the burning short wavelength UVB rays, while allowing beneficial UVA and long UVB rays through, which induce the formation of Vitamin D. These products allow skin to get a healthy glow, while protecting from a damaging sunburn.
For more on the rich, organic Ilike products, click here. Also, be sure to pass by their booth at IECSC Las Vegas (#2307) this weekend to check out their amazing range of products!
People are realizing that maintaining healthy skin is no longer a luxury—it’s a necessity. To help you get ahead of the competition and remain successful, Edge Systems has developed the Aesthetic Builder Seminar Series. Doctors, medical facilities, and spas throughout the country have adopted the Edge Systems method and are simply raving. Skin health should be affordable, and Edge can show you how.
On Saturday, April 24 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., in room N105 at the Las Vegas Convention Center during IECSC Las Vegas, industry expert Greg Stickley will present how to “Revitalize Your Aesthetic Business With Proven, Hands-on Marketing Tactics.” Learn how to gain new clients, how to significantly increase revenues, and how to incorporate emerging trends and technologies to boost your business.
Then when you hit the show floor, make sure to find your way over to the Edge Systems booth (#1847). The booth will be hosting daily discussions addressing fundamental marketing strategies to help improve your aesthetic business. Topics include increasing patient retention, antioxidants and skin health, and the importance of detoxification for the skin. “The marketing strategies presented are simple but profoundly wise,” says Martin Zaiac, M.D.
The booth will also feature HydraFacial demonstrations, the exclusive HydraFacial Daily solutions including the highly requested Antiox Daily, and a chance to win a new iPod touch!
Although I didn’t experience my first spa treatment until I was in my 20s, I tend to think that you’re never too young to spa. Recognizing that 7 through 14 year olds might also benefit from some downtime of their own, Capella Telluride (CO) is debuting the Capella KidSpa this summer. This kid-friendly spa will feature a selection of 20-minute treatments ($55), such as the Junior Sports Massage; Little Person, Big Stress Massage; and Fresh Face mini-facial and skincare lesson. An adult guardian must accompany the young spa-goers but he or she is free to take advantage of a relaxing foot massage called Make Mine a Double ($55, 20 minutes). Being a kid just got a bit easier.
Hotel Palomar Westwood (Los Angeles) is helping guests relax and give back at the same time with its Donation Yoga initiative. Led by renowned fitness expert Juliet Kaska, the yoga classes take place throughout the week from 6 AM to 7 AM. Discretionary donations collected will go to different charities including the hotel’s charity partners Dress for Success, Trust for Public Land, L.A. Women’s Shelter, and Friends of Animals, and can be applied directly to a guest’s room folio or paid in cash at the end of the class. “Guests familiar with the Hotel Palomar Westwood know that a stay here is much more than simply that,” says Albert Smith, general manager. “We strive to create an environment of holistic health and balance for our guests during their travels. We are excited to offer this partnership with Juliet to help guests improve their well-being, while also giving back to the community.”