Make your self-care a priority by taking the "I Choose Wellness" pledge this Wellness Month.

Since Charity:Water’s launch in 2006, the nonprofit organization has funded 823 projects and served more than 387,700 people across Uganda.

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Looking to take home some more spa goodies? @CarmelVRanch recently debuted a new spa reception and boutique at Spa Aiyana. Spa-goers can now sample organic, luxury skincare products and browse other spa accessories. 🕯️Read our July/August issue for more info! Link in bio! .
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#AmericanSpa #AmericanSpaMag #CarmelValleyRanch #SpaAiyana #spa #beauty #relax #skincare #massage #facial #love  #skin #health #hotel  #travel #beautiful #spaday #facials  #skincareroutine #relaxing  #dayspa #massagetherapy #wellness #treatyourself #selfcare #therapeutic  #spalife  #happiness #mindbodysoul #betteryourselfPro Tip: There's no better place to explore all that's new in the beauty scene than at @indiebeautyexpo. This week the event took over #Pier94 here in NYC and it. was. epic. 💥 An explosion of Instagrammable-moments, prime education on the newest products, and some of the sweetest industry pros you'll ever meet. 💖 Don't miss the next one! Highlights in the story. 👆 #WeAreIndieBeautyHow adorable (and awesome) is this Mini Kit from @dazzle_dry?! 💅 Nailcare on the go has never been so easy! 😍

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With access to the area’s coveted hot springs, Hoshinoya Guguan (Taiwan), a 50-room resort, recently opened outside of Taichung.

We asked some experts in the male grooming industry about the products and treatments that men are most attracted to in today’s spa.

Massage professionals who train other therapists can now benefit from five new educational courses from Pure Massage Spa Training Method.

As awareness and confidence in the product grows, so too will its retail sales.

A new study shows that while self-care is important to most people, 62 percent of Americans still feel guilty for taking time for themselves.