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Skin Education

If it’s not free of bacteria and mildew, your towel can start to emit an odor.

Skin Education

Your face towel could be responsible for breakouts and irritation.

Article published on NY Mag - The Cut

Press

If you follow Victoria BeckhamNicole Warne, or Joan Smalls on Instagram, you might be familiar with Melanie Grant — or at least her hands. After all, it’s the aesthetician’s hands that guide celebrities and influencers through her facials in Australia (where she has two studios in Sydney and Melbourne), Los Angeles (where she set up shop in West Hollywood), and Paris (where she holds a residency during every Paris Fashion Week as Chanel’s Skin Expert).

Article published on Harpers Bazaar

Press

In this episode of Go to Bed with Me, Huntington-Whiteley shares some new beauty secrets just with BAZAAR, from her favorite bath scrub and towels to how she keeps her lips plump and hydrated in the dead of winter.

 

Article published on Marie Claire

Press

Like it or not, towels are often teeming with bacteria. Warmth and moisture are the equivalent to rent-controlled, Fifth Avenue apartments with views of the park for microorganisms: too good to be true, impossible to not move into. When bacteria invades towels that touch our skin, the inevitable result is annoying acne and irritation, not to mention a musty smell. That's why the Resoré Body Towel is such a revelation

Article published on Poosh

Press

Wouldn’t it be nice if we all just grew out of acne at a certain age? Ohp, 27 now, officially time to stop breaking out, hooray! Unfortunately, however, that’s not how skin works. It may seem cruel that our most forward-facing, interactive body part, aka the facial complexion, must be victim to breakouts for most of our lives, following (most of) us beyond our pubescent years. Here are some hacks from Kourt and Sarah Howard’s go-to derm, Eric Lovato, PA-C, and dermatologist, Dr. Gene Rubinstein of Dermatology and Laser Centre.

Article published on Poosh

Press

We’ll cut to the chase and break down why Resorè towels deserve a slot in your daily bathroom routine.

Article published on Rose Inc

Press

Finding time for self-care is always vital, but for Rosie, it takes on new meaning as the seasons change. “In the winter months, I find myself cozying up in my bathroom in the evening taking long baths, long showers, and really finding that time to indulge in a self-care routine.

Article published on Nylon

Press

Self-care means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but if one thing was made clear in 2020, understanding and tending to whatever self-care looks like for you and your loved ones is crucial.

Article published on Allure

Press

Each month, Allure editors break down the latest and greatest skin-care launches. Looking for more in skin care? Here are some of the best new products.

Article published on Elle

Press

Another year has come and gone, and with 2020 came a wealth of game-changing beauty products. From innovative skincare formulations to irresistible scents, these are 20 of the most remarkable beauty launches this year.

Article published on Glossy

Press

With supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whitely as the face of the brand, Resorè launched in October with a line of face and bath towels it says are better for anti-aging and acne than a regular towel. 

Article published on coveteur

Press

Acne is infamous for its unsightly and sometimes painful physical symptoms (which can even lead to negative psychological effects). The road to clearer skin is long, with suitable regimens often encompassing strong active ingredients, in-office treatments, supplements, and prescription medications like spironolactone or Accutane to manage the most stubborn breakouts (like hormonal or cystic acne). Not to mention, pandemic-era reliance on face masks has intensified patient complaints of breakouts for many aestheticians and dermatologists, as even those with historically clear skin have fallen victim to “masksne” on the lower half of the face and chin.

Article published on womenshealthmag

Press

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a model, actress, and mom but there's another title she deserves: Skincare expert. Over the past year, Rosie has shared several videos on her YouTube channel that give a glimpse inside her skincare routine and we've gotta say, the woman has got some impressive beauty knowledge. Not only does she share her impressive ingredient knowledge, but also that she struggles with sensitive, acne-prone skin.

Press

A lot of science goes into this super-soft piece of fabric, but the biggest and most important takeaway is that it kills 99.9 percent of bacteria and germs. The idea for this innovation is based on research that we, humans, don’t wash our towels as often as we should. Moral of the story: If you’re not going to wash it, you might as well invest in a product that can clean itself and prevent that yucky dirty towel smell.

Press

Okay, honesty time—how often do you wash your towels? Whatever your answer is, it’s probably not nearly enough. No surprise that improperly washed towels can carry skin-irritating bacteria (here’s a reminder to clean your phone and pillowcases too). "Gross" is an understatement, especially in this coronavirus-era we're currently living in.

Article published on allure

Press

When it comes to gift giving, it's absolutely the thought that counts. After all, as you'll learn from any Hallmark holiday movie, that's the true meaning of the season. But let's be real: Sometimes you feel compelled to go all out and treat someone special to a totally over-the-top present they'd never think to buy themselves. Maybe you just want to treat yourself, too. No judgment here, you deserve something for getting through this incredibly stressful year. Well, we have some gifts in mind for you. 

Article published on Harper's BAZAAR

Press

Skin-friendly bacteria have become a hot topic in the beauty world, even though the thought still might make you squirm. Poetry has been waxed about the wonders of keeping your skin’s natural microbiome in check, so much so that you might forget that there are microorganisms you don’t want invited to the party. Resorè—a new towel brand backed by ambassador Rosie Huntington-Whiteley—makes the case that good skin starts with a high-tech towel.

Skin Education

If it’s not free of bacteria and mildew, your towel can start to emit an odor.

Skin Education

Your face towel could be responsible for breakouts and irritation.

Article published on NY Mag - The Cut

Press

If you follow Victoria BeckhamNicole Warne, or Joan Smalls on Instagram, you might be familiar with Melanie Grant — or at least her hands. After all, it’s the aesthetician’s hands that guide celebrities and influencers through her facials in Australia (where she has two studios in Sydney and Melbourne), Los Angeles (where she set up shop in West Hollywood), and Paris (where she holds a residency during every Paris Fashion Week as Chanel’s Skin Expert).

Article published on Harpers Bazaar

Press

In this episode of Go to Bed with Me, Huntington-Whiteley shares some new beauty secrets just with BAZAAR, from her favorite bath scrub and towels to how she keeps her lips plump and hydrated in the dead of winter.

 

Article published on Marie Claire

Press

Like it or not, towels are often teeming with bacteria. Warmth and moisture are the equivalent to rent-controlled, Fifth Avenue apartments with views of the park for microorganisms: too good to be true, impossible to not move into. When bacteria invades towels that touch our skin, the inevitable result is annoying acne and irritation, not to mention a musty smell. That's why the Resoré Body Towel is such a revelation

Article published on Poosh

Press

Wouldn’t it be nice if we all just grew out of acne at a certain age? Ohp, 27 now, officially time to stop breaking out, hooray! Unfortunately, however, that’s not how skin works. It may seem cruel that our most forward-facing, interactive body part, aka the facial complexion, must be victim to breakouts for most of our lives, following (most of) us beyond our pubescent years. Here are some hacks from Kourt and Sarah Howard’s go-to derm, Eric Lovato, PA-C, and dermatologist, Dr. Gene Rubinstein of Dermatology and Laser Centre.

Article published on Poosh

Press

We’ll cut to the chase and break down why Resorè towels deserve a slot in your daily bathroom routine.

Article published on Rose Inc

Press

Finding time for self-care is always vital, but for Rosie, it takes on new meaning as the seasons change. “In the winter months, I find myself cozying up in my bathroom in the evening taking long baths, long showers, and really finding that time to indulge in a self-care routine.

Article published on Nylon

Press

Self-care means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but if one thing was made clear in 2020, understanding and tending to whatever self-care looks like for you and your loved ones is crucial.

Article published on Allure

Press

Each month, Allure editors break down the latest and greatest skin-care launches. Looking for more in skin care? Here are some of the best new products.

Article published on Elle

Press

Another year has come and gone, and with 2020 came a wealth of game-changing beauty products. From innovative skincare formulations to irresistible scents, these are 20 of the most remarkable beauty launches this year.

Article published on Glossy

Press

With supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whitely as the face of the brand, Resorè launched in October with a line of face and bath towels it says are better for anti-aging and acne than a regular towel. 

Article published on coveteur

Press

Acne is infamous for its unsightly and sometimes painful physical symptoms (which can even lead to negative psychological effects). The road to clearer skin is long, with suitable regimens often encompassing strong active ingredients, in-office treatments, supplements, and prescription medications like spironolactone or Accutane to manage the most stubborn breakouts (like hormonal or cystic acne). Not to mention, pandemic-era reliance on face masks has intensified patient complaints of breakouts for many aestheticians and dermatologists, as even those with historically clear skin have fallen victim to “masksne” on the lower half of the face and chin.

Article published on womenshealthmag

Press

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a model, actress, and mom but there's another title she deserves: Skincare expert. Over the past year, Rosie has shared several videos on her YouTube channel that give a glimpse inside her skincare routine and we've gotta say, the woman has got some impressive beauty knowledge. Not only does she share her impressive ingredient knowledge, but also that she struggles with sensitive, acne-prone skin.

Press

A lot of science goes into this super-soft piece of fabric, but the biggest and most important takeaway is that it kills 99.9 percent of bacteria and germs. The idea for this innovation is based on research that we, humans, don’t wash our towels as often as we should. Moral of the story: If you’re not going to wash it, you might as well invest in a product that can clean itself and prevent that yucky dirty towel smell.

Press

Okay, honesty time—how often do you wash your towels? Whatever your answer is, it’s probably not nearly enough. No surprise that improperly washed towels can carry skin-irritating bacteria (here’s a reminder to clean your phone and pillowcases too). "Gross" is an understatement, especially in this coronavirus-era we're currently living in.

Article published on allure

Press

When it comes to gift giving, it's absolutely the thought that counts. After all, as you'll learn from any Hallmark holiday movie, that's the true meaning of the season. But let's be real: Sometimes you feel compelled to go all out and treat someone special to a totally over-the-top present they'd never think to buy themselves. Maybe you just want to treat yourself, too. No judgment here, you deserve something for getting through this incredibly stressful year. Well, we have some gifts in mind for you. 

Article published on Harper's BAZAAR

Press

Skin-friendly bacteria have become a hot topic in the beauty world, even though the thought still might make you squirm. Poetry has been waxed about the wonders of keeping your skin’s natural microbiome in check, so much so that you might forget that there are microorganisms you don’t want invited to the party. Resorè—a new towel brand backed by ambassador Rosie Huntington-Whiteley—makes the case that good skin starts with a high-tech towel.

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