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» Dr. Ourian Speaks Again: This Time on Veins
By MSP Staff | Published 10/1/2006 | MedSpa Marketing |
According to Dr Simon Ourian MD, of Epione Beverly Hills who uses the new Bluelight laser system, the new advancements have made it possible to see up to 70 to 80 per cent reduction in the vessels after only two to three sessions.
» Moms Compete for "Hottest Mom in America"
By MSP Staff | Published 09/24/2006 | Business Trends , Injectables , Dermal Fillers , Hyaluronic Acid , MedSpa Marketing |
At 5 A.M., when many partygoers are going home from clubland, a bunch of fair ladies began lining up Saturday outside an empty Miami Beach theater with no velvet rope and no bouncer.
» MedSpa Physician Offers Tips in Selecting the "Right" MedSpa
By MSP Staff | Published 09/17/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
Doctor Amy Miller, a professional in the field of laser aesthetics and non traditional dermatology for over 5 years, has some tips for finding the perfect fit in medical spas.
» Physicians Increasingly Depend on Spas for Income
By MSP Staff | Published 09/10/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
Offering doctor-supervised cosmetic procedures in pampered surroundings, medical spas are no longer the personal empire of plastic surgeons and dermatologists. The reason? Money. Wrinkles and blemishes can be a lucrative undertaking, bringing payment with the swipe of a credit card. No more waiting on an insurance check.
» Going Beyond Massage
By MSP Staff | Published 09/2/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
A few years ago, the 31-year-old New York interior designer discovered Juva MediSpa, one of the country's first facilities to offer medical procedures like laser hair removal and Botox as well as traditional spa services. Now she goes there almost exclusively. Founded in 1999 by dermatologist Dr. Bruce Katz, Juva now has a staff of 60 and annual revenue growth of 20 to 25 percent. "When I opened it, a lot of my colleagues thought it was a silly idea," says Katz. "Now everyone wants to do it."
» $10 Million Dollar Medi-Spa Opens at Coeur d'Alene Resort
By MSP Staff | Published 07/23/2006 | Business Trends , New Product Launch , MedSpa Marketing |
Surrounded by 140 acres of wilderness on pristine Lake Coeur d'Alene in northern Idaho, the highly anticipated Spa at The Coeur d'Alene Resort has made its debut. The 15,000-square-foot spa is the work of a team of spa visionaries, including noted designer TAG Galyean, whose passion for The Resort's extraordinary lakefront location inspired everything from spa interiors to operation.
» Research Shows Confusion Over Medical Spas
By MSP Staff | Published 06/24/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
A report shows the fast-growing U.S. and Canadian medical spa markets, as well as confusion. Many who participate in this market struggle to differentiate their facilities from laser centers and strive to educate the public about their services.
» Cosmetic Use of Lasers Grow
More people are seeking to fix imperfections with non-invasive techniques. At the top of the list are laser hair removal and photorejuvenation.
» The A to Z of Healthy Skin
By MSP Staff | Published 04/23/2006 | MedSpa Marketing , On-going Education , Skincare Products |
Glowing skin is not only a sign of a well cared for complexion -- it often signifies overall good health and well being. Here are the simple ways to improve the health of the body's largest organ.
» Sona Medspa Settlement in Salt Lake City
By MSP Staff | Published 04/23/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
When a Sona Medspa in Salt Lake City shut down with no notice to clients...they were very unhappy about the thousands of dollars they had spent in laser hair removal packages. Now the Utah Department of Commerce has reached an agreement with the medspa owner Anna Osborne.
» Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group Unveils New Treatments
By MSP Staff | Published 04/23/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has introduced a new line of therapies at many of its luxury hotel spas worldwide. Entitled “A Taste of Traditions”, the therapies call on ancient techniques from the most influential cultures around the world.
» ASPS Reports 53% Increase in Minimally Invasive Procedures Since 2000
By MSP Staff | Published 03/19/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
Rest and relaxation seem like impossible feats to most Americans trying to balance the demands of family and career. This balancing act could account for the continued growth in minimally-invasive cosmetic plastic surgery procedures with 8.4 million performed in 2005. According to the statistics released today by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), minimally-invasive procedures increased 13 percent from the previous year and 53 percent since 2000.
» ASPS Reports Dramatic Rise in Cosmetic Surgery Among Ethnic Patients
By MSP Staff | Published 03/19/2006 | MedSpa Marketing |
The number of ethnic patients who chose to enhance their appearance or minimize the signs of aging through cosmetic plastic surgery took a substantial jump in 2005, with nearly 2.3 million procedures performed an increase of 65 percent from 2004, according to statistics released today by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Hispanics continue to lead all ethnic groups with more than 921,000 cosmetic procedures performed, up 67 percent from 2004; followed by African Americans with 769,000 procedures, up 67 percent; and Asians with 437,000 procedures, up 58 percent.
» ASPS Reports Cosmetic Surgery Up 11%
By MSP Staff | Published 03/19/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
More than 10.2 million cosmetic plastic surgery procedures were performed in the United States in 2005, up only 11 percent from 2004, according to statistics released today by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). In addition, more than 5.4 million reconstructive plastic surgery procedures were performed last year. This means that plastic surgeons are also busy doing reconstructive work, not just cosmetic surgery.
» Spas Resort to Loyalty Programs as Competition Stiffens
By MSP Staff | Published 03/9/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing |
Facing an industry slowdown after a boom that more than doubled their number since 2000, U.S. spas are vying for business with a host of new deals for consumers. They're rolling out frequent-flier-style loyalty programs, calling former visitors at home to check on their weight-loss progress and offering discounts and other perks to guests who rebook their next visit while they're still at the spa.

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