A couple weeks ago I had the opportunity to chat with Tanya Reiman, she has teamed up with Caress and wanted to tell you about their new line, the Caress Forever Collection. Not only does she give you tips about dating, making First impressions, but also how body language and scents could effect a job interview.
In a world where social media interactions reign supreme, we’re excited to partner with Tonya Reiman and have her share the potential that comes with powering down devices, and what it takes to leave a lasting in-person impression,” said Jennifer Bremner, Skin Cleansing Brand Building Director, Unilever. “With a society that runs on the convenience of touch technology, Caress is proud to be the brand that brought touch-activated fragrance to the body wash aisle. For the first time, the new Caress Forever Collection gives women a body wash that releases fine fragrance every time skin is touched for up to 12 hours, making them truly unforgettable.”
Online Attractors versus Unforgettable Factors
Other notable survey findings reveal even when online chemistry exists, it’s what happens in real life that can make or break the relationship potential:
• Men are more likely than women to use social media (59 percent vs. 42 percent) or online dating sites and apps (48 percent vs. 35 percent) to meet potential partners.
• On average, Americans who date online are currently using two different sites or apps.
• Appearance aside, qualities most looked for online are interests (74 percent) and age (72 percent).
• Second-date deal breakers include a lack of physical chemistry (59 percent), non-verbal signals that show lack of interest (42 percent), or an undesirable scent or fragrance (35 percent).
Visit HouseofCaress.com to learn more about the world’s first body wash with Fragrance Touch Technology from Caress® and more tips from expert Tonya Reiman about how to leave a lasting impression.
About the Caress® Survey
The Survey was conducted by Kelton Global online between June 24th and July 2nd, 2015 among 1,031 nationally representative Americans ages 18 and over*, using True Sample. Quotas are set to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the entire U.S. population ages 18 and over. The margin of error is +/- 3.1 percentage points at the 95 percent confidence level. The margin of error for any subgroups will be slightly higher