WEST SUSSEX, ENGLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 06/13/13 -- UK-based Temple Spa is pleased to announce a new website that brings the luxury lifestyle skin care brand to U.S. consumers for the first time. Launched this week, templespa-usa.com makes purchasing the exquisite aromatherapy blends, previously available only at London's Harrods and premium spas and clinics in Europe, a snap for stateside consumers, many of whom had been having their favorite face care and spa products shipped from England.
Temple Spa combines the tenets of the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle with the best of British style to create results-driven skin and body care, aromatherapy, and spa products that replenish, revive and renew.
The brand is renowned for its "spa wherever you are" philosophy, which makes it possible for consumers to replicate a daily spa lifestyle in the home or while on the move. With featured categories such as Revive, Relax, Sleep, Pamper, Energy and Time Out, templespa-usa.com allows users to quickly find the perfect spa products to match their needs. The comprehensive site features luxury beauty products, including face, hand and eye creams that are tailor-made for helping individuals relax and de-stress, as well as bringing instant and long-term rejuvenation to the skin and body.
A few of Temple Spa's best sellers include the following unique skin care products:
•Exalt: A firming neck gel that softens and lifts while smoothing the skin, providing both instant and long-term benefits •Repose: An aromatherapy resting cream, dubbed "a good night's sleep in a jar" •Skin Truffle: A total facial rejuvenation containing pure gold, truffles, diamonds and champagne -- a celebration for the skin •Truffle Noir: A nocturne formula that combines elements of black truffles, platinum and collagen boosters to revitalize the skin during sleep
"We are thrilled to bring our luxury skin and body care, aromatherapy, and spa products to the United States," said Temple Spa founder Liz Warom. "Our new website exemplifies our 'spa wherever you are' philosophy and makes it easy for consumers to buy beauty products online. Our collections include travel-size toiletries and men's skin care products, so there is truly something for everyone."
The U.S. website features a blog written by Temple Spa experts, providing helpful tips on how to gain a restful night's sleep, revive for a big day and choose the perfect gift for a wide range of occasions.
Temple Spa embraces cruelty-free development and manufacturing practices, ensuring that the products are never tested on animals, nor do they contain animal-derived ingredients.
About Temple Spa
Temple Spa is a unique lifestyle brand. Positioned in the premium niche sector, the company's award-winning skin and body care line is found in luxury spas, hotels, resorts, exclusive stores such as Harrods and Selfridges, and online at both templespa.com and templespausa.com. Inspired by the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle, Temple Spa fuses the science of nature with the wisdom of tradition. Feel-good aromas, textures like cashmere, and witty names and descriptions allure those who seek something a bit special and who care about health, well-being and self-preservation. The brand serves as a reminder to have some "me time" every day. Products, rituals and therapies are travel oriented and will feel thoughtful and detailed to those who are busy, weary or overstressed. Temple Spa is based in West Sussex, England, and is a registered trademark of Rhythm & Blue Inc. Ltd. Learn more about Temple Spa at www.templespa.com and www.templespa-usa.com.
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