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Page 15 of 68 13 beautybuzz INDUSTRY NEWS Pampered Travel The perils of air travel— jet lag, the exhaustion that comes with delays and lost luggage, and that dry, recycled cabin air—takes its toll on how travelers look and feel. Enter the airport spa. Opening up in airports big and small all over the world, these spas are a refreshing alternative to reading a cheap romance novel or sitting in a bar during a layover. Now, weary passengers can freshen up with a quick mani-pedi, brow wax, or hot-towel shave. Enjoy working with a wide variety of people and a steady walk-in clientele? An airport spa may be just the place for you. Work Here! The Spa at The Breakers Interested in relocating to sunny climes? The luxurious Breakers Resort in Palm Beach, Florida, just wrapped up an $8-million facelift on its spa. Led by top spa consultant and designer Sylvia Sepielli, the historically sensitive renovation included 17 treatment rooms and a private courtyard. Using the hotel's rich history as inspiration, Sepielli calls the look "modern Italian," with clean lines and artisan elements. The spa also includes a Vichy table, a heated sand- quartz massage bed, and top-shelf products from Tammy Fender, Erbe, and Osea—all within a beautiful resort that includes a championship golf course, four oceanfront pools, and a half-mile of private beach. For more information, visit Yeast Topicals on the Rise Yeast—yep, the stuff that gives life to bread, pizza dough, and beer— is emerging as a beneficial topical skin care ingredient. It seems that baker's yeast has a cellular structure similar to human cells, and yeast extract contains some of our skin's favorite things such as vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Shown to be anti- aging, brightening, and collagen- producing, many beauty brands, including SkinCeuticals and REN Clean Skincare, are incorporating yeast into their products. Image courtesy Breakers Resort

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