Behind the Modern Day Boudoir Line Your Spa Should be Retailing

// Photo courtesy of Le Marché by NP

Inspired by the boudoir experience, Jordanna Woodland founded Le Marché by NP and Naked Princess to provide women with easy access to ways they can treat themselves. The line, which consists of beauty products, bodycare productsapparel, and home goods, was designed to encourage women to take time out for themselves and to pamper themselves. Though the brand does have a retail outlet in Whitefish, MT, where the company is headquartered, and they do offer direct-to-consumer retailing online, the line has found much success with its spa retail partners. Le Marché products make it easy for spa-goers to continue their self-care at home, whether it be with makeup that makes them feel good, loungewear that they can relax in, candles that can set the mood, and more.

Here, get to know Le Marché by NP through an exclusive interview at Spatec by American Spa and discover how the brand can boost your spa's bottom line and make your retail area shine.
 


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