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Bioelements Professional Skin Care, a system of take home and pro-use products used in professional facials for over 20 years, has announced that Laura Lanes Skin Care in Salem has been named a Bioelements World Class Spa for 2015.
Bioelements World Class spas are chosen to represent the country’s best in spa amenities, from products to services, and a dedication to excellence in the spa industry. Laura Lanes Skin Care provides an inviting environment unlike any other where guests can receive custom blended Bioelements treatments and products.
Laura Lanes Skin Care always carries the latest innovative skin care launches from Bioelements – the same products that receive 5-star rave reviews, Readers Choice Awards and wide spread praise from the experts and everyday fans who love what they see in the mirror. Laura Lanes Skin Care's World Class status is also due to its belief in continual Bioelements education for its entire esthetic staff, to ensure they learn the latest treatments, techniques and product advancements. The spa’s use of Bioelements means that they have access to renowned educators and courses created specifically for the spa professional. Clients can be assured that the estheticians at Laura Lanes Skin Care are among the most knowledgeable in skin care.
Learn more and book your appointment at LauraLanes.com.
During the first weekend of May, Salem becomes the epicenter of contemporary American poetry, offering rare opportunities to hear the nation’s best poets read and discuss their work in intimate and engaging forums.
The Seventh Massachusetts Poetry Festival will showcase nearly 100 poetry readings and workshops, a small press and literary fair, panels, poetry slams, visual arts, and open-air performances. Panel topics range broadly from the state of poetry, poetry and gender, book publishing, and modernism in contemporary art, to the Common Threads Reading, where contemporary poets with Massachusetts ties discuss their literary connections. More than 150 local and nationally known poets engage with thousands of New Englanders each year.