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Coconut Eyes New at ToGoSpa

May 2, 2014

Beauty brand branches out with tropical variation.

ToGoSpa is introducing a new SKU to their growing treatment line of at-home, micro-infused, professional-grade collagen gel pads: Coconut Replenishing Eyes ($12.50). The newest formula is infused with coconut extract for an eye-catching “pop” to boost retail revenues, said the company.

“We wanted to introduce a new formula to round out our offerings for salon, spas and beauty specialty stores,” says Jana Toohey, creator of the Las Vegas-based beauty brand.  “We rely heavily on input from our dedicated customers and they asked for something tropical.  Our R & D tested the benefits of adding Coconut Extract to Eyes and we were blown away by its synergy with our other base active ingredients, vitamins and nutrients.”

Toohey continues,  “Coconut Eyes provides powerful replenishing properties to our already successful Eyes formulations–and with an added boost of aromatic coco-tropic scent, provides an extra level of tropical escape and spa-like experience as well.”

Each single-use, under-eye treatment is activated by the body’s temperature. The nutrients stored in each flexible gel pad are absorbed quickly into the delicate dermis around the eye, replenishing, moisturizing and drenching skin with deeply hydrating, super replenishing ingredients.  The milky-silk application is infused with a combination of coconut extract, natural high-density marine collagen, Co-Q10, hyaluronic acid, super-charged marine minerals and more.

More info: www.togospa.com
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