Best Day Spa in Every State – 

Wellness and self-care are way more than just millennial trends. Taking care of your body with massages, scrubs, and masks is not indulgent, but rather a way to take care of your mental and physical health. Just like we see specialists for our eyes, feet, teeth, and brains, we can see specialists for our skin hair and nails to keep us feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Everybody deserves a spa day!

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Pechanga Resort Casino invites spa enthusiasts to its first-ever ‘Spa-rty’ – 

Spa Pechanga invites all spa lovers to its first-ever “Spa-rty.”

The Thursday, April 12, event will introduce what’s now one of the largest day spas in the region to those looking for the pinnacle in relaxation luxury.

Guests 21 and older can enjoy and test products, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., from top beauty brands such as Hydrafacial, Intracuticals, Unite, Moroccan Body Oil and more.

Guests will receive product samples, enjoy mini-treatments and meet beauty vendors. Spa Pechanga’s emphasis is on tranquility and relaxation, so also included in the “spa-rty” are hors d’oeuvres and wine.

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Why Eaglewood Resort And Spa Is The Wright Choice For Travelers – 

April 9th will mark the 69th anniversary of the death of famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. His designs and philosophies about simplicity and functionality continue to inspire contemporary designers and architects today. It was also the inspiration for the Eaglewood Resort and Spa in Itasca, Illinois. This property, just outside of Chicago, offers guests the combination of basic comforts, indulgent spa treatments, natural décor elements and modern technological hospitality.

Eaglewood Resort and Spa has 295 guest rooms and suites, 37,000 square feet of meeting and event space, an 18-hole golf course, full-service wellness spa, fitness rooms and pools, farm-to-table dining, outdoor activities like bocce ball, and even a 6-lane retro bowling alley.

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CareCredit Introduces New Way to Pay for Day and Medical Spa Treatments – 

CareCredit announced today its expansion into the day and medical spa markets—helping Spa providers drive growth by providing an additional payment option for consumers. The CareCredit credit card is a health, beauty and wellness card dedicated to helping people get the care they want and need.

As part of this new program, CareCredit has partnered with both the American Med Spa Association and the Spa Industry Association to help Spa industry professionals bring the benefits of CareCredit to their practices. Providers can now offer clients access to more treatments and services while also expanding their potential client base to CareCredit’s 11 million cardholders. Participating spas will also become a part of the CareCredit network of qualified providers, which receives more than 850,000 searches per month.

“Day and medical spas are an attractive growth segment for CareCredit. We’re excited to join this growing market and help spas grow their businesses by offering an easy way to make treatments and services more accessible for their clients,” says Dave Fasoli, CEO, CareCredit. “CareCredit helps people care for themselves and focus on their overall wellbeing, while also helping small business owners offer more payment options which, in turn, gives them more peace of mind while helping them meet their ambition of growing their business.”

“As medical spas and aesthetic practices continue to add new technology and services to provide the best possible results, it will become even more important for their clients to have a way to fit these new options into their budgets,” says Alex R. Thiersch, JD, Founder and Director of the American Med Spa Association. “Clients may be more likely to move forward with prescribed treatments if they know that an easy payment option is available.”

“The CareCredit offering means spa guests can get relaxation and wellness services they want, whenever they want, without having to worry about cost being a barrier,” says Allan Share, President, Spa Industry Association. “With CareCredit, spa clients can have greater access to services while spa owners have another tool to help grow and simplify their processing.”

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NEW YORK [March 22, 2018] – BeauticianList, the first online platform to identify licensed beauty specialists, recently announced the launch of its online platform,, as well as its free mobile app. Providing verified data about licensed professionals, BeauticianList empowers industry pros to grow their business through a unique online community, while offering beauty enthusiasts an unprecedented way to discover only licensed beauty practitioners.

BeauticianList provides a first-of- its-kind online directory and safe community for beauty specialists that unites them with potential clients who are seeking beauty and nail services. Further validating the need for industry regulation, BeauticianList educates consumers about the dangers associated with unlicensed technicians and salons, including being exposed to sub-standard, unsafe practices. Also, BeauticianList provides industry news, tips, trends, and other relevant information about beauty care and services, including information on proper procedures and state-specific board rules.

How BeauticianList works:
● Beauticians, all of whom must hold a valid license, can register for online membership by providing their name, state, and valid license number, as well as enhance their profiles with further details (i.e. social media profiles, areas of specialty). Additionally, licensed beauticians gain access to an active forum for addressing questions and engaging in discussions.
● Consumers can visit BeauticianList or download the free mobile app, and search for licensed beauticians based on areas of expertise, location, and name. The BeauticianList community enables beauty enthusiasts and specialists, alike, to share photos of services, beauty news, and trends.

Previously, the only way to verify a technician’s current license status was by logging onto a state’s website and trying to find the board of cosmetology’s verification feature. However, as every U.S. state has its own rules and regulations regarding cosmetology certification, there was no unified place to house this information. BeauticianList is the only destination where data can be checked from any U.S. state, conveniently in one place.

“Connecting consumers with verified professionals, BeauticianList enables beauty enthusiasts to find the best local providers in their own neighborhood, as well as when they’re traveling,” said Dasha Minina, BeauticianList founder and CEO, who is also a licensed nail technician.

“More importantly, it helps them discover only licensed professionals who maintain the highest quality of health and safety standards, a huge concern that continues to plague the beauty industry.

About BeauticianList
Based in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, BeauticianList launched in 2017 by entrepreneur Dasha Minina, a licensed nail technician, and serves to support licensed beauty professionals, while advocating for the education and safety of beauty and nail enthusiasts. For more information, visit and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. The free mobile app is now available on Android, as well as iOS.

A great look into how you can live your live with “wellness” included

Our friend Sharon Narduzzi, the Director of Spa and Fitness at the Silverleaf Club was featured on Thrive Global!  We love seeing our friends featured across the media.  Please give it a read…it’s a great look into wellness and our day-to-day lives!

“Wellness’ has become an increasingly saturated and streamlined word rooted in good intention. Webster defines it as ‘the state of being in good health, especially as an actively pursued goal.’

I believe the true essence of wellness is fluid from person to person and is a holistic reflection of who you are, what you think, what you feel and that for which you choose to surround yourself. We are responsible for our wellbeing and must choose to be active participants in making decisions to better our lives. Below are a few ways to define wellness and integrate those elements into every aspect of our being.”

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