Savor Spa

Savor Spa

Savor Spa

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As I mentioned in my bio, I am obsessed with all beauty products that are clean and healthy for skin and hair.  In each article, I am going to be highlighting my favorite stores, brands, products and/or beauty services. I will also be giving tips and featuring upcoming trends.

For this first article I will be raving about Savor spa in the West Village. My mom is coming to visit and she wants to get facials together so of course I booked us appointments at Savor spa. I have been there a handful of times and each time I have had the Vitamin C facial and it is amazing!! 

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It is super relaxing and at the end my skin looks and feels so good. I usually end up purchasing some of their beautiful products which are organic and made in small batches. I love the Pumpkin Renew beauty oil, Manuka Honey mask and their Lavender essential oil. I bought the lavender oil for breakouts and I was skeptical that something so simple would work but it worked so well that I swear by it now 😊

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Savor Spa West Village
327 West 11th st
New York, New York 10014

http://www.savorspa.com

Instagram: @savorbeauty

Written by Dawn Brocco, Contributing Beauty Editor, Jejune Magazine


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Dawn Brocco 

I began my career in Los Angeles assisting famed make up artist Gucci Westman. Shortly after, I gained representation as a lead make-up artist/ hair stylist where I worked in print, advertising, music videos and commercials. My work has been featured in many magazines such as Glamour, Marie Claire, Lucky and Vanity Fair.

I have worked with several fashion brands including Max Studio, Ralph Lauren, Alice and Olivia and Rebecca Minkoff. My make-up kit is 100% cruelty-free and the majority is eco-conscious. I am obsessed with skincare and I am always on the search for high performance and clean beauty products. Currently, I am represented by Next Management New York.

Instagram @dawnbrocco
Email: Dawnbrocco@gmail.com

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