Guess who’s back? Back again. Tell a friend. No seriously, guess who’s back?
In case you guys weren’t aware, our chief editor had the opportunity to visit Japan a few weeks ago. Now that he’s back, he brought us some presents. Of the many interesting souvenirs from Asia, the items within the plastic Ziploc bag captured our attention. Ladies and gentlemen, we are at it again. We got ourselves some more hotel grooming products!
Bliss, for those of you who are not familiar, is a brand focused around spa and retail products. Marcia Kilgore founded the company in 1996, after years of studies and interest in skincare. The company’s primary focus is in spa treatment, where it strives to provide a relaxing and luxurious experience to all its customers. The brand eventually moved into offering its own branded products in the areas of bath, body and skincare with the notion that customers can create the spa experience at home. The fact that the Bliss brand appeared at the W Hotel was no mere coincidence. In January of 2004 Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide acquired Bliss from the luxury product group LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton). Wit the acquisition came the launch of Bliss Spas in W Hotels as an effort to elevate the hotel brand into a resort establishment. That friends, is why we are here today with this plastic Ziploc bag full of assorted goodies.
Here’s what was in the bag:
· Bliss Lemon + Sage Soap Bar
· Bliss Lemon + Sage Soapy Suds
· Bliss Lemon + Sage Supershine Shampoo
· Bliss Lemon + Sage Conditioning Rinse
· Bliss Fabulous Foaming Face Wash
Instead of giving you guys a play-by-play of the individual products in separate articles, we are going to plan a get-away trip in the near future and really put this “in-home spa experience” to the test. We’re sure most of you have heard of the phrase “ignorance is bliss”. However, now that we know of that these products existence, we cannot wait to put them to use. Be sure to check back in the near future for a fun-filled review of the Bliss experience. In the meantime, if you feel so adventurous, why not give it a try yourselves?