Editor’s Picks: Pampering in Style
It seems that our schedules look a little like this: traveling, deadlines, meetings, learning all of the dance moves to Beyoncé's latest music video. The more we take on, the more stress we build up and the more vital it becomes that we find ways to relax and pamper ourselves. Pampering is to treat something with overindulgence. What can be considered overindulgence will vary from person to person. For some, it means indulging in a 15-minute nap, while others choose to eat a bit more chocolate. Whatever your clients' or their consumers' personal indulgences may be (perhaps it is downloading outrageously adorable cat pictures), they should take the time to enjoy them every once in a while. Below are products that can give end-users the feeling of being pampered.
Keep Calm and Massage on
The Total Comfort Spa Kit from Ariel Premium Supply Inc. offers the same massage tools that the fancy schmancy spa downtown uses. The kit includes a face massager, cool gel eye mask, and a foot/palm massaging ball. The kit is packaged in a clear zipper pouch.
SafeHaven Products' Mandarin Ginger Tote will bring back memories of relaxing vacations and tropical resorts. The Sinamay drawstring tote holds a terry bath pad, a 4 oz. mandarin ginger soufflé cream, a 4oz. mandarin ginger apricot scrub, and a 2 oz. container of mandarin ginger sea salts.
The Seville Collection Waffle Weave Robe from Pro Towels gives you the feeling that you just walked out of the spa. The 48" robe has full-length sleeves and a shawl collar. The robe is made of 80/20 percent cotton/polyester.