Mio Skincare Partners with Woodhouse Day Spas

Mio Skincare display at The Woodhouse Day SpaMio Skincare has partnered with The Woodhouse Day Spa (multiple locations), a national luxury day spa group. Voted Favorite Day Spa by American Spa during 2012, 2013, and 2014, Woodhouse is also offering Mama Mio services and products. "We are so pleased to be partnering with Mio Skincare in Woodhouse Day Spa locations nationwide," says Teddy Lester, chief brand officer of The Woodhouse Day Spa. “The Mio ‘no nasties’ sustainability policy aligns with our core values and, even more importantly, provides guests with the results they expect. With 50 locations operating by year’s end and more than 300 more coming in the next decade, Woodhouse Day Spa looks forward to growing with Mio Skincare and offering our guests the opportunity to experience the products on our menu of services." Woodhouse staff has been trained on Mio and Mama Mio products and treatments over the past few months. “Products such as Mama Mio The Tummy Butter, Mio Liquid Yoga restorative bath soak, Mio Workout Wonder muscle recovery cooling gel, and the Mio Activist, a firming body oil, along with Mio kits such as The Fit Skin Kit and Strong is the New Skinny have been most popular in retail boutiques. “We are thrilled to be collaborating with The Woodhouse Day spas,” says Jill Dunk, co-founder of Mio and Mama Mio. “They are an ideal partner—we both address women’s specific needs, and deliver on our promise. We both understand health and beauty are intricately linked. We energize and inspire woman of all ages, leaving them ready to take on the world.”

For more information, visit www.mioskincare.com.

 

 

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