Town and Country Magazine, formerly known as the Home Journal and The National Press, is an American lifestyle magazine that boasts of being the oldest general interest magazine that has been continually published in the US. The Magazine became a rage in the 1900s and it mostly featured works of poetry, fiction and essays. Once more and more influential people began to get into the fold, the magazine began to add things about gossip and society news into its pages. Today, the magazine is published on a monthly basis and its readership is full of middle class professionals, cafe society and socialites. The Town and Country Magazine mostly features articles that focus on fashion, interior design, parties, extravaganzas, travel, arts and other interests that concern the rich and the famous.
You can obviously imagine our delight when OROGOLD was featured in this prestigious magazine. The Town and Country Magazine featured Orogold in an article titled “The Over-Indulgent Beauty Gift Guide” that was written by Megan Cahn. The article talks about being extra nice to your loved ones by spoiling them with some of the most luxurious beauty products on the planet – products made with 24K gold. And this is where Orogold got a chance to shine.
As most of you’re already aware, OROGOLD perfectly uses the wondrous powers of gold into skin care and uses 24K gold in all of its skin care products. This helps us to allow our users to not only address specific skin care concerns, but also get younger, brighter and supple skin in the process.
Megan talks about the OROGOLD 24K Cyrogenic Restoration Cream in her article. “Who wouldn’t appreciate a cream made with 24K gold? Especially one that will take years off your skin” is what Megan has to say about OROGOLD. To check out the article, click here.
It gives us immense pride and joy to be featured in Megan’s article in an esteemed publication like Town and Country Magazine and we hope to keep coming up with revolutionary skin care products that help in transforming the way your skin looks in the future as well.