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Vanilla ... Not So Simple After All

By: Cathy Christensen
Posted: October 26, 2009, from the November 2009 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.

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LaLicious’ Brown Sugar and Vanilla Sugar Soufflé exfoliates, moisturizes and protects skin.

Bella Lucce’s Arabian Odyssey Collection features ingredients indigenous to the Middle East, including vanilla bean fibers and Turkish coffee.

Good Fortune’s Faucet Soaps are eco-friendly and available in a variety of scents, including Vanilla Lavender Cinnamon Patchouli.

Éminence Organic Skin Care’s Tropical Vanilla Sun Cream SPF 32 hydrates, protects and revitalizes skin.

Ordinary, yet exotic

Vanilla turns out to be one of those items that seems commonplace, but is, in fact, extraordinarily exotic. And isn’t that the mission of many spas around the country, to stand out as exotic locations in ordinary towns; to provide an escape from your clients’ worries and become the place they rely on for wellness and relaxation? Maybe your spa’s mission can relate to this unique bean, and most certainly, your clients’ spa goals can be met with the help of it, as well.

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