BOCA RATON, FL — Ann Brown, Saltability CEO and founder, was recently recognized as one of five finalists for the American Spa Women in Wellness Innovator of the Year Award. Featured in the October 2017 issue, American Spa debuted the Women in Wellness Awards this year to celebrate the powerful females in the spa and wellness industry, recognizing leaders in five categories: Industry Icon, Visionary, Innovator, Rising Star, and Mentor. The Innovator category highlights inventor, formulator, or out-of-the-box thinker who has introduced a new method, technology, or product.
Annbeth Eschbach, founder and CEO of Exhale Enterprises, was recognized as the winner of the Innovator award, with Saltability’s Brown, Leslie Baumann, M.D., founder and CEO, Baumann Cosmetic and Research Institute/Skin Type Solutions; Tammy Fender, founder, Tammy Fender Holistic Skincare; and Ellie Whalen, Sprayologyfounder and CEO; recognized as finalists.
“I am honored to be included in this group of amazingwomen in the spa industry — Congratulations to Annbeth,” said Brown. “Creating innovation in our field brings both personal and professional satisfaction as we get to see the benefits of our work help others around us, and I’m grateful to have the opportunity to do that.”
Saltability was also recently recognized as a 2017 ISPA Innovate Award winnerfor its Himalayan salt jars and salt stones for stone massage. Created when the Primal Sea, where scientists and scholars believe all life originated, was dried up by energy from the sun, Saltability’s hand-carved, organic salt stones are mined from the Himalayan Mountains through socially, environmentally responsible manufacturing. The 100% Himalayan crystal salt used in Saltability’s products contains 84 naturally occurring minerals to nourish the body and offer an eco-friendly alternative to basalt stones traditionally used in stone massage.
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