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How to Keep Your Skin Fresh this Winter

Posted by Sabon NYC  |  Dec 5, 2012 3:52:37 PM

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It’s a battle every year: the cold weather sweeps in and we’re forced to deal with dry, flaky skin. It’s itchy, uncomfortable, and it looks even worse than it feels. While dry skin can start as a small annoyance, if left untreated it can sometimes lead to dermatitis, a more severe condition characterized by red, bumpy skin inflammation.

Fortunately, most dry skin arises from external causes – like cold weather – and can be nicked with topical care. Here are a few guidelines for ensuring your skin is well taken care of.

  1. Shower sensibly. Long showers can be lovely, but if you stand in the stream for too long while the water is hot, your morning ritual could be working against you. Hot water will wash away the oils your skin already produces. Also, don’t overuse soap when you bathe – it will rob you of soft skin even faster.
  2. Not too wet, not too dry. When you rub on lotion, be sure that your skin is damp before application to work along with the product. As soon as you hop out of the shower is best – your pours will be open and you’ll be wet all over. Just pat down the dry areas of skin before you slather on anything. You’ll trap the moisture better that way.
  3. Use natural products. It’s important to use lotions that are based on natural ingredients. Oils with natural origins are best to gently saturate your skin. Sabon’s body butter is a good choice for especially thirsty skin. It uses a natural triumvirate: shea butter, cocoa butter, and bees’ wax.
  4. Don’t scratch. Even when it seems impossible, you can’t claw at your skin during dry air (and dry skin) season. Itching will only further irritate your skin. Don’t prolong the problem; treat it.
  5. Exfoliate! Especially in the winter, exfoliating is very important. Dry winter skin is the result of dry skin cell build up. As we tend to releive this with only applying heavy creams, many of us forget that the most important ritual to healthy skin is to first exfoliate the dry skin away! Increase your exfoliation routine this season to remove the dead skin cells, and then moisturize the new cells, resulting in healthier, moister skin! Try our Body Scrubs, which we reccommend using 2-3 times per week. This will enhance the skins glow with immediate results!

 

Your skin is your biggest, most vulnerable organ. As cold weather creeps closer and closer, take good care of your skin so you can look and feel better!

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Sabon Official Video

Posted by Sabon NYC  |  Sep 4, 2012 2:03:55 PM

Take a peek at the SABON NYC Official Video.

 

Directed, Filmed and Edited by Barak Rotem 

 

Leave a comment below and let us know what you think!

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Store Locations

Posted by admin  |  Nov 19, 2009 11:32:28 AM

Sabon NY @ 434 6th Ave. btw 9th & 10th St

Located on the west side of Lower Manhattan in the heart of Greenwich Village, the Sabon Bath & Body Store was the very first Sabon in America. Head to the Village after work or dinner—we’re open until 10pm Monday through Saturday. The minute you get home, you’ll want to try all your products for the ultimate in relaxation. Or make it a day of it—there’s so much to see and do in the area including shopping at little boutiques, catching an off-Broadway show, leisurely strolling through Washington Square Park, grabbing a bite at one of the local eateries or having a coffee in a little out of the way coffeehouse. Whatever you do, take some time out for you and indulge in our homemade body scrubs including our world famous salt sea scrub made from salts from the Dead Sea, facial care products, essential oils that double as a fragrance and lotion, and amazing natural soaps that will make your skin smooth and baby soft. Our helpful, friendly staff is here to meet your needs to help you find the perfect gift for that someone special or even yourself. The minute you walk in the store, you’ll be greeted by heavenly smells that will make you immediately feel at home and relaxed. And make sure to test some of our products including our lotions and scrubs. You definitely won’t leave empty-handed.

Sabon NY @ 2052 Broadway @ 71st St

Take the train or subway and head uptown to our Manhattan Sabon boutique and make a special evening of it. Catch a movie at the Archlight, attend the New York City Ballet, dine in style or take a chance on an opera at the Metropolitan Opera House. The wonderful natural smells, bright lights and amazing window displays of our Broadway store will make this Upper West Side gem hard to pass up. And while many of the boutiques in the area might be a bit too upscale for your wallet, Sabon has something for everyone and a variety of products to fit your budget. Large square candles make a great gift and are the finishing touch to a luxurious bath. Our newest brown sugar scrubs can turn a shower into an experience that will leave you feeling relaxed and moisturized. And, even our male clientele rave about hooked they are on our opulent mud masks. If you have questions about our products or what the perfect gift is, our helpful knowledgeable staff is here to help you and we offer complimentary gift-wrap for your purchases. Make sure and try one of our scrubs and wash your hands in our beautiful, handcrafted Italian fountain.

Sabon NY @ 93 Spring St. btw Mercer & Broadway

South Houston (or Soho as it is affectionately called) is the destination in the city for shopping with tons of little boutiques and designer shops and its downtown scene. Our Soho Sabon store is not only our flagship store, but definitely one of our busiest with out of town visitors and locals—many of our regular customers tell us this is their favorite Sabon boutique. The best way to describe this store is lush—glossy, rustic wooden floors, glamorous looming chandelier, large antique sinks and the luxurious, yet earthy, smells of our all natural products greet you as you walk in the door. Our staff is here to meet your every need—they're highly knowledgeable about all the products, will help you find the perfect gift and let you sample many of the products before you buy them. Don’t forget to ask for soap samples to take home and try. The more you try, the more you'll leave with—it's not unusual for customers to leave with multiple bags. There's so much to choose from—from white tea eyecream to our gentle men's skin care line to truly devine scrubs. Our all-natural soaps in a variety of flavors, including shea butter and lavender, are always personally handcut for you. The Dead Sea Salt Scrub is one of our most popular items for men and women—and a must-have for many of our customers.

Sabon NY @ 1371 6th Ave. btw 55 & 56th St.

Head midtown to the Theater District and you’ll find our Sabon Midtown location that’s just steps from the Ritz Carlton Hotel and Radio City Music Hall. Where the young and hip shop, the store’s sign reflects this with a graffiti-styled font. Stars like Drew Barrymore have been seen visiting this store. Visitors from around the world visit this Avenue of the America’s Sabon location on the way back to their hotels after a long day of work or sightseeing. Open until 10pm on most nights, city dwellers stop in after taking in a movie, dining with friends or checking out the museums. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is all about service and are never pushy—they are here to listen, answer all your questions and help you find that perfect gift and wrap it up for birthdays, anniversaries or whatever the occasion. Feel free to sample our products including sugar scrubs, lotions soap and oils and take home a few samples. At the end of a long day, you’ll feel like you’re in heaven, especially after one of our notorious 30-second spa treatments. Although known for hand-milled soaps, Sabon has many offerings including scented drawer liners, foot care lotion, natural serums and skin creams and after shower body oils that turn your home into an amazing oasis of relaxation.

Sabon NY @ 782 Lexington Ave. @ corner of 61st St.

Uptown Manhattan is a scene of hustle and bustle—it’s nice to know there’s an oasis in the middle of all the chaos. Sabon’s Upper East Side location is just that and open late until 10pm Monday through Saturday. Take in some culture at Guggenheim, Whitney or Metropolitan Museum of Art or dine at an upscale restaurant. Walk down the street right next to people like Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee—they all live in the neighborhood. Calming and pleasant, this small shop is nestled on the Southwest corner of 61st and Lexington, just east of Central Park. A slice of heaven on earth, you can’t help but stop in. Enchanting natural smells and a friendly staff is here to greet you and help you with every need. Need a gift for Valentine’s Day for your man? We have tons of grooming and luxury products for men. If you’re on your way home and forgot your anniversary, you can stop and get her a luxurious gift set. There something for everyone including natural lip glosses, body butter that melts with your body heat and hand-milled soaps that are hand-cut especially for you, along with brown sugar and Dead Sea Salt scrub from Israel and Jordan’s Dead Sea. We offer many selections to sample—even if you don’t try before you buy, you won’t be disappointed.

Sabon NY @ 78 7th Ave.

Located South of Hell's Kitchen and the Garment District, Chelsea is a historic and unique neighborhood in Manhattan. Now an alternative shopping district with designer boutiques and upcoming arts district with hundreds of galleries and artist studios/lofts, Chelsea is a thriving metropolis. Sabon's Chelsea boutique looks like an English cottage, but it's thoroughly modern inside with glossy wood floors, track lighting and the huge moniker chandelier present in all Sabon shoppes. Make sure and check out our Mother & Baby products that are gentle enough for mom and baby and make a fabulous baby shower or after-birth gift. Our gift baskets are also popular with a variety of scents, for him or her that will work with everyone's budget from $20 on up and make excellent stocking stuffers—from bath ball sets to hand-milled soaps to skin-soothing body oils, there's lots to choose from. Essential oils and beeswax candles in a variety of scents, sizes and colors are another popular item in our Chelsea store and are the perfect way to relax and wind down on your couch or in a bath. This is one store you won't leave empty-handed, even if it's just a few of our sample hand-cut soaps.

Sabon NY @ 123 Prince St.(corner of Wooster St.)

Located in the heart of South Houston (or Soho as it is affectionately called), this our second store in the area. While our flagship store is on Spring Street between Mercer and Broadway, our Prince Street store is much smaller and more intimate along with being train and subway adjacent. After a long walk on the Brooklyn Bridge, shopping Canal Street, perusing the Apple store or a sumptuous meal in Chinatown, this is the place to visit. Our friendly, enthusiastic, apron-wearing staff is here to serve—we're here to answer all your product questions and find the perfect gift. Test out the sea salt scrub and hand lotion for great-smelling, soft hands. Make sure to take home some of our handmade, freshly cut soap samples in tart flavors like kiwi or strawberry lemonade or a subtle lavender—try a couple and find yourself coming back and buying every flavor we sell. Our perfumes are also popular light fragrances that can be worn every day. Specially created for Sabon in France, there are unique scents for men and women and unisex ones, as well. Our body sprays are more subtle and are used to refresh and enhance any mood. Body Dew in Kiwi Mango, Citrus and Patchouli Lavender Vanilla contain no alcohol and work for many skin types and really lasts.

Sabon @ Roosevelt Field Mall

Located off the Mall Meadowbrook State Parkway, Garden City’s Roosevelt Field Mall’s Sabon shoppe is our only non-freestanding store and located inside of the largest shopping mall in all of New York. Surrounded by hundreds of stores including Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Pottery Barn, Urban Outfitters, Diesel, Banana Republic, American Apparel and Anthropology along with several upscale and sit-down restaurants, this is definitely an all-day adventure and a destination stop for girls’ day or a family outting. But, there is no store like Sabon in the whole mall—we are focused on you, your needs and how we can help to bring luxury into your every day life. Many customers start with a classic choice like our hand-milled soaps that are hand-cut for you or our beeswax and true essential oil scented candles. Our home fragrances are a popular gift, a replacement for candles and essential item to make your home a sacred temple and come in a variety of aromas including Ginger, White Musk, Green Tea and Cinnamon. And, our ecco-friendly, high quality, non-preservative based organic line is becoming very popular with creams, scrubs and serums for face and body.

Sabon MA @ 129 Newbury St. Boston

Surrounded by fine art galleries, boutiques and pubs, Sabon's Boston shoppe opened in 2006 and is located between Clarendon and Dartmouth Street, on one of the most enchanting streets in the city. This fantastic little shop has something for everyone and if you're on Newbury Street, you will find yourself strolling in to this soap and skin care emporium, wanting to smell and try everything. At the end of a long day, roll up your sleeves, step up to the large stone sink in the middle of the store and indulge yourself with a trial of one of our salt scrubs including Sugar or Lemon Mint—you'll be glad you did. You'll want to treat yourself to indulge in some liquid soap in elegant glass jars or a simple, yet chic, sheer lip gloss, even if you're picking up a hand-selected gift basket for someone else. And make sure to take home some soap samples of our handmilled soap. Even the men can't pass this place up—they love our men's grooming products, after shave,cleanser, shaving cream, shower oil and soap, that are packed in elegant cigar boxes. Or feel free to pamper your man, no matter how manly he is.

Sabon IL @ 520 N Michigan Ave. Chicago

If you’re in the windy city, you have to visit our Sabon shoppe for a complimentary Dead Sea hand scrub. Located in the area known as the Magnificent Mile, Michigan Avenue is considered on of the great avenues of the world with almost 500 exclusive stores and boutiques, over 200 restaurants and 50 hotels. With a backdrop of Chicago’s famous architecture, this is the place to be. Nestled between Grand Avenue and Illinois Street near the North Side, our Sabon Illinois beautiful concept store is centrally located and easy to find. Be lured in with the free samples, but come out hooked on some of the most luxurious bath, beauty and home products on earth sold to you by our helpful, knowledgeable staff. From exfoliating scrubs and sea salts to body gel lotions to delicious body butters and creams that are heaven in a jar, there’s something for everyone. We’ve also been referred to as the ‘Mecca of Soap”—our hand-milled soaps come in a variety of scents and are one of our most popular items. The ingredients in all our products are all natural, gentle and never tested on animals.

Sabon IL @ 1152-54 North State St. Chicago

Our second Illinois shoppe is in the heart of Downtown Chicago near Gold Coast and the North Side and is accessible by the Clark/Division Red Transit Line. This area is a shopping destination known for its many landmarks, including the Original Playboy Mansion, the Chicago Archbishop’s Mansion, Page Brothers Building and Chicago Theater. This Old World small shoppe is well laid out and the products have appealing packaging and are self-explanatory, even though we have a dedicated, service- oriented staff here to answer all your questions and offer you a sample—just step up to the sink in the middle of the store to try body scrubs and more on your hands. You’ll leave the store ready to run home and hop in the tub and use all your luxurious finds including the sea and sugar salt scrubs, mud masks and face creams in amazing scents like lavender, green tea, rose and coconut vanilla—you might even think you’ve gone to a spa. We offer lots of perks including free soap samples to take home—plus, if you’re visiting from out of town, we’ll ship your products for free without sales tax and quarterly, we offer free shipping.

Sabon IL @ 108 N State St Chicago

Located in the Loop Community of Chicago, this is the second Sabon on State Street and is in a mall/shopping complex known as Block 37 that recently opened in November of 2009. Strategically placed near the CBS Building and Loews Hotel, this mall will be a heavy traffic area and 21st century urban retail, entertainment and lifestyle destination. Sabon recently opened their shop and was one of the first stores to open, along with Puma, Anthropology, Spanish Clothier Zara and Godiva in this cutting-edge mall with one-of-a-kind retailers. Customers are lining up to check out our newest store, peruse luxury bath items, get free samples and be waited on by a service-dedicated, knowledgeable staff. The aroma sticks and reed diffusers, aromatic oils, body lotions, body scrubs, hand creams and shower oils are among our best sellers. And, travelers can’t get enough of their over 100 travel size items that are small enough for airport security lines and will get you through your vacation or business trip. Never leave home without Sabon again! Sabon is also available around the world in stores in Israel, America and Europe and has 12 stores in the Chicago, Boston and New York metropolitan areas.

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Soho, A Shopper's Ultimate Destination

Posted by admin  |  Nov 8, 2009 11:31:48 AM

Soho (or South Houston as it is properly called) is a shoppers haven and continues to be very chic with tons of high-end designer shops and edgy, yet expensive boutiques. Fashionistas who are city dwellers know this is the place to shop. Whether you're shopping for clothes, gourmet food or a computer, there's no shortage of shops and the possibilities are endless. Here's a Top 10 of a few places not to be missed for tourists and locals:

Agent Provocateur, located on Mercer Street between Prince and Spring Streets, was founded by Brit Joseph Corre, son of maverick fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood, and music pioneer, Malcolm McLaren. You'll find burlesque lingerie selections including corsets and sheer bras and panties in a huge range of sizes to fit the average to very busty or curvy gal. It's worth the hefty price tags.

The purple and black Anna Sui flagship boudoiresque store on Greene Street is not to be missed. Dress like a rock star or a hipster without having to apologize. Ever. You'll find one-of-a-kind designer duds and artistically dressed mannequins here always.

The stark yet highly stylized Dolce and Gabana West Broadway store specializes in bright colors, witty graphics and tight clothing is a must-see and if you're Asian or a filthy rich hipster, you'll find something that you can't live without.

The Barney's Coop on Wooster has the affordable clothes the Madison Avenue location doesn't. The clothes and accessories for men and women are high-end, yet able to be attained by those without a six-figure income.

Topshop on Broadway is Britain's version of H&M. With four levels, you could spend all day there and get a new wardrobe of designer knockoffs for less than your whole paycheck.

Olive & Bette's on Spring Street is a small boutique that blasts mainstream music like Madonna and Lady Gaga and can be compared to an upscale, designer Urban Outfitters--eclectic clothes from designers like James Perse and Free People.

Goth accessories made of skulls, chandeliers and bright colors put Tarina Tarantino on Greene Street on this list. This giant jewelry box of a store has a plethora of funky cameos, earrings and necklaces you won't be able to live without.

Sabon has two locations--the flagship store on Spring and smaller store on Prince. Both have the most amazing natural bath and body products for men and women, including handmade soaps and sea salts from the Dead Sea. Luxury, excellent customer service, reasonable prices and lots of ooohs and aaahs can be found here.

Techies and Mac lovers will think they're in heaven once they enter the giant Soho Apple Store on Prince Street. This is the Mecca of all Apple Stores.

Foodies will love Dean & DeLuca on Broadway with their cheese shop, butcher shop bakery and world famous spices and oils. The very best of everything can be found here and at a high price--but it's definitely worth it.

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5 Ways To Be More Eco Friendly

Posted by admin  |  Aug 5, 2009 12:35:32 PM

Most of us agree that we can do more to bring our lives into better balance with nature. Even tiny decisions such as choosing the proper hand soap or recycling our daily newspaper can help improve the health of our planet, and of course also improve our own health. If you are ready to feel better and become a more responsible citizen of the world, here are 5 ways to become more green and incorporate eco friendly habits into your everyday life:

1. Act Eco Friendly At Home Eco friendly living always starts at the heart of your existence - your home. Small changes in habits can really reduce waste and lower your bills, while also improving the quality of your home life. Always sort and recycle your paper, plastic and glass waste. Turn off your lights and electronics when not in use, turn down your water pressure while shampooing your hair or lathering up in the shower and never leave water running while doing dishes. Invest in recycled glass kitchenware, bamboo items and only purchase new furniture made from sustainable materials or recycled goods. Only use all-natural cleaners. If you can, install light sensors, low-flow aerators, solar panels and purchase energy efficient appliances.

2. Make Your Workplace Eco Friendly Eco friendly business practices is a concept that sounds more complicated than it actually is. If your office is not already minimizing printing and photocopying, i.e. paper waste, try and discuss other ways to reduce this output. Take the lead on a recycling plan. If you own your own business, reduce your energy waste by turning off electronics, heat, air conditioning and light at night. There are many quality office chairs made from recyclable materials; research and invest in these and other green furnishings if you can.

3. Shop Eco Friendly Products From your eye drops to your patio furniture, you can always choose to buy green things. Look for the USDA label on your food produce and your beauty products. If you see the French ECOCERT® seal on organic cosmetics, health and beauty products you know it complies with the strictest organic standards - just like our products do here at Sabon. When unsure always ask store employees about the products you are buying. Everything from eco friendly robomowers to bio bags makes the important statement that our planet is worth saving.

4. Wear Eco Friendly Clothes Eco friendly clothing is made from incredible materials such as bamboo and 100% recycled cotton. By wearing clothes made from recycled or sustainable materials you help save nature's resources, and by shopping for fashion that has not been created with harmful dyes or synthetic processing you also help keep the air, oceans and earth cleaner. eco-toat5. Choose Eco Friendly Bedding Your sleep environment can make a huge difference to your overall wellbeing. By choosing organic sheets, pillows and covers you can help alleviate skin irritations and allergies. If you do not suffer from these conditions, it can still prove invaluable to keep material close to your skin that is safe from harmful chemicals or processing. Eco friendly bedding, whether it is made from bamboo or luxuriously soft cotton, helps keep our oceans clear from toxins and our air free from dangerous chemical pollutants.

Whatever you do, remember that by taking small eco friendly steps every day you can make a big difference in the world. Your quality of life - as well as the lives of your fellow citizens - can become substantially better while you help care for our planet.

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