AnthroSpa Logic®, a luxury, 100% natural spa skin care and body care line that combines beauty secrets from around the world has been chosen to be included in the coveted, Official “Gift Bag” for presenters and performers at the 53rd Annual GRAMMY® Awards, which takes place on Feb. 13, and will be broadcast live on CBS at 8 pm. ET/PT. Developed by cultural anthropologist, Dr. Tramayne Butler, the new line, uses a combination of antioxidant-rich, all natural ingredients used for centuries by native peoples both medicinally and in beauty treatments to care for their skin.
Celebrity Performers and Presenters at the GRAMMYs will have an opportunity to indulge their skin with several of the line’s exclusive products, including the “Cleansing Renewal Face Scrub,™” “Hydrate and Tone Face Masque,™” and the super hydrating “Dew Point Replenishing Moisturizer.™” Founder and CEO Dr. Butler, felt that a spa quality skin care line could benefit from the cross-cultural, holistic perspective of anthropology. The high-end line is completely chemical-free, preservative free, and filler-free. “Indigenous cultures around the globe have long used organic substances to care for their skin. AnthroSpa Logic is a luxury, 100% natural line that draws on this traditional knowledge,” she noted. The line combines skin care traditions from Europe, the Americans, Asia and Africa. For instance, the beauty secrets of the Japanese Geisha are intertwined with those of other groups like African and Native American tribes.
The line responds to a growing demand among consumers for upscale natural and organic, personal care products. The multitasking products contain purely 100% active ingredients and save consumers time by serving two or three functions. Designed to have an anti-aging effect on the entire body, they contain no soap or clay to dry or prematurely age the skin and serve as a natural alternative to chemical treatments and cosmetic surgery. “I wanted to create a line that offered spa quality results but remained as pure and natural as the time-tested, traditional treatments used by native peoples.” Dr. Butler remarked.
Dr. Tramayne M. Butler developed AnthroSpa Logic (anthrospa.com) in 2007 shortly after receiving her Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from the University of Michigan. Inspired by her cultural research in Kenya and travels to London, Paris, Nice, Milan and Monaco, Dr Butler felt that a natural skin care line could benefit from a cross-cultural approach. A busy mom, she started researching and developing the line while teaching as an adjunct professor and caring for her two young sons. To learn more about AnthroSpa Logic’s unique products and to order online . For news and to participate in activities related to this event follow AnthroSpa Logic on Twitter at twitter.com/anthrospa.
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