Nov 25, 2009

Introducing: The Vemayca Cosmetic Bag

As the resident beauty addict and travel aficionado in my social circle, I’m always hip to what’s hot when it comes to new beauty products and travel solutions. I recently discovered a beautiful satin lined makeup bag that not only doubles as a lingerie bag while you’re traveling, it also comes with a removable plastic liner that’s disposable and eco-friendly. The Vemayca Cosmetic Bag is a lifesaver for busy women who need a stylish way to organize their beauty products. It has a high quality liner that is designed to keep your handbag or suitcase clean if your products should accidently spill while you’re on the go. Plus, the liner snaps in/out so it can easily be removed for cleaning. When you’re ready to throw out the old liner you can simply toss it into the recycling bin because it’s made from eco-friendly plastics that won’t harm the environment. New disposable liners come in 3-pack refills for $10.

“A few years ago, as I was packing for one of my many business trips, I was frustrated that my favorite cosmetic bag had become so dirty inside,” says founder Veronica Mayo, “You know what I am talking about: the mascara, powder and grime that gets layered inside.” That’s when Veronica decided there had to be a better way. The former American Airlines Executive went on to create the Vemayca bag with it’s signature soft pearl liner. “Vemayca was created ultimately because I needed cosmetic and accessory bags that suited my needs and lifestyle. Practicality was just one of the requirements. It was also important that I design a bag that was soft, modern and beautiful,” says Veronica.

The Vemayca bag makes a great holiday gift for the women in your life because it’s practical and beautifully luxurious. The bags are $35 and right now, if you order 3 or more, shipping is absolutely free. Visit Vemayca Cosmetics Bags to learn more about this great new product. Vemayca is based out of Seattle, so shop local and support local businesses!

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