HAWTHORNE, NJ, May 07, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- SpaGlo (R), an organic-based skincare and cosmetics company based in Hawthorne NJ, has just relaunched its website with a fresh design and new logo in soft teal and tangerine.
"The website's new look epitomizes the company's philosophy, which is to let women bring the spa experience home through natural, organic products that promote both good health and environmental responsibility," says Anna Pietrocola, who founded the company in 2007. "SpaGlo.com offers an extensive range of professional spa skincare products that are eco-friendly, cruelty free and made in the USA from ingredients sourced from plants and minerals."
Ingredients in the company's range of products include: natural aloe, vitamin C, retinol A, alpha- and beta-hydroxyl acids and marine algae. Products do not contain parabens, PABA, phthalates or synthetic colors. SpaGlo utilizes up to 25% of renewable energy sources and minimizes packaging using biodegradable plastics whenever possible, recycled paper and soy-based inks. The company partners with TerraCycle.com to recycle empty cosmetic containers.
With the new website, consumers can access products from one simple navigation menu and select products according to their specific skincare needs. SpaGlo features a three-step program for daily maintenance: cleansing, toning and moisturizing. Additionally, there are specialized treatments designed to treat specific problems. The products are formulated to help every skin type achieve balance and maintain a healthy state. SpaGlo also offers bath and body care and natural mineral make-up
products. The company is currently developing a 90% organic line that will be launched in the fall of 2013.
The new website also offers lifestyle articles and 'how-to' guides for natural skincare
, nail care and make-up application. Also, visitors can participate in contests and Facebook events and get coupons and giveaways. The company's latest news and information is presented in a rotating display with feature stories displayed underneath. The site has a soothing, modern, streamlined design that makes navigation easier and faster. Graphics are calming and visitors are not assaulted with ads and distracting images.
"The aim is to have people feel like they have come to the spa when they visit the site," says Pietrocola.
For more information, please visit www.SpaGlo.com