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Spas Get Ready For Baby Boom Influx

November 15, 2005

Baby boomers are expected to take advantage of medical spas this year for preventative health treatments, according to Spa Finder magazine, New York. Also, more businesses are expected to use spas to build relationships, motivate employees and manage employee health. Destination day spas are expected to grow in popularity, as well as affordable spas geared toward middle-income earners, which will affect aromatherapy candles and bubble bath sales. Spas will also become even more accommodating to men, pets and children.
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