Chocoholics Anonymous

If your spa wants to gather a diverse group of women together and keep them happy, a chocolate-themed beauty day is a no brainer. Earlier this month, The Spa at The Hotel Hershey (PA) hosted FarmHouse Fresh’s Coco & Curls event. More than 70 multicultural women from ages 25 to 65 flocked to the chocolate spa and were treated to cocoa-themed products and treatments.

The featured products of the evening included FarmHouse Fresh’s Sundae Best Chocolate Softening Mask, which contains vitamins A, C, and E, and jojoba, macadamia, and almond oils along with cocoa. The guests were also able to use FarmHouse Fresh’s Whoopie! Cream, which contains a blend of shea and cocoa butters, jojoba seed oil, soybean oil, aloe, and vitamins A and E.  Attendees also received a tutorial on summer makeup trends and haircare tips to compliment their glowing complexions. “We love supporting events that bring women from diverse backgrounds together in positive environments that allow them to explore their inner and outer beauty, plus have loads of fun,” says Shannon McLinden, CEO of FarmHouse Fresh. “We’re so glad to hear the guests loved these deliciously-tempting products!”

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