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The Body Deli Launches Palm Springs Spa Collection - Handmade Skin and Body Products Inspired by Locally Grown Botanicals
Date:6/24/2013

Palm Desert, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2013

THE BODY DELI, the original pioneer for fresh, raw, organic skin and body care, announces the launch of a new collection inspired by the Palm Springs lifestyle.

Building on the success of the organic skin care products offered at their Palm Desert store and online, THE BODY DELI co-founders and “cosmetic chefs,” David Parker and Margaret Skarin, developed a special Palm Springs Spa Collection that exemplifies the casual, chic lifestyle the world has come to identify with Palm Springs. “Since moving to the Coachella Valley in 2001, I have come to love the Palm Springs lifestyle with vibrant colors, mid-century architecture and pool side living,” explains Parker, a Northern California native. “So Margaret and I came up with the idea of creating a collection using desert botanicals grown right here in our valley.”

The Las Palmas blend is handmade with locally grown Medjool dates and aromatic grapefruit and blood oranges from the Coachella Valley, with vanilla, ginger and a hint of evening jasmine. Featuring iconic Palm Springs modern packaging, the sultry aroma of the Palm Springs Spa Collection evokes evenings under the stars listening to classic Rat Pack Swing while sipping a fragrant cocktail.

Area tourist agencies, resorts, spas and retailers are enthusiastic about the locally sourced and locally produced merchandise, viewing the upscale collection as an opportunity to offer visitors and guests a unique and enriching Palm Springs experience. “The response has been extremely positive,” beams Parker, “and we are grateful for the support we’ve received from our local tourism industry.”

A launch party introducing the new Palm Springs Spa Collection was recently held at the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs. Co-hosted by The Body Deli, Greater Palm Springs CVB, and the Ace’s Feel Good Spa, the event was attended by civic leaders, hospitality executives,
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