Bar soaps get love from millennials raised on the liquid stuff

“Due to client demand, Rescue Spa, a luxury day spa in Center City, now carries three-dozen bar soaps, up from just six kinds it sold three years ago. Older clients who have used commercial bar soaps for years appreciate the skin-softening benefits of natural soaps, said Kim Zimmerman, Rescue Spa’s e-commerce and marketing director. “And millennials appreciate the eco-conscious packaging, that they’re organic, and Korean beauty products are all the rage,” she said, noting that the best-sellers are natural organic Gounjae soaps selling for $14 to $19 and wrapped in traditional Korean paper called hanji.  And Morihata’s black charcoal soap, $32 for 3.8 ounces, is popular among teenage boys (bought by their mothers) for bacne (acne on the back), she said.”

by Terri Akman, FOR THE INQUIRER via philly.com

About Rescue Spa

Beauty Aficionado Founder and Owner of Rescue Spa in Philadelphia, Danuta Mieloch has over 20 years of skincare and beauty industry experience from all over the world, including Paris and New York City. -BIOLOGIQUE RECHERCHE by Dr. Yvan Allouche in Paris -ATELIER ESTHETIQUE in New York -DERMAL INSTITUTE in New York Extensive training in Laser Technologies, Electric Currents, Microdermabrasion, Peels, and Skin Diagnosis. Specialties Aesthetics, Facials, Skincare, Skincare Education, Laser, LED, Electric Current Facials, Oxygenating Facials, Microdermabrasion, Peels, Manual Lift Massage, Expert in Corrective Skin Diagnosis with the ability to treat and guide through any skin problem.
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