Spa Executive delved into some of the research and technological developments, and spoke to some of the people who are both driving and predicting these shifts about what spas of the future will look (and smell and sound) like a few years from now.

Here’s what you need to know about spas of the future: Spas are literally going to change how we live and how long we live our lives

 

  • Consumer genomics are going to change everything
  • Spas will become centers of longevity and life extension.
  • Spas will offer a whole mind-body VR experience
  • Spas will be living, responsive environments
  • Spas will become places to seek out human connection
  • Your manicurist might be a robot – but people will still want people
  • The revolution will come quickly

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