The Philippines has been hit hard by a string of food shortages, but its also the home to a number of international tanning parlors, including Sunnies, the oldest and most iconic brand in the country.
Now, a number have launched new salons in the southern Philippines, and they’re bringing in new flavours of their traditional tanning products.
A number of Filipino-themed salons are opening in the Philippines.
(Source: Facebook)The brand that is named Tanning Salon Florence is the oldest in the area, having been established in 1902.
It has a large following among Filipinos, and its famous red and yellow tanners are known for their signature tanning oil.
Sunnysiding, which is the second oldest tanning company in the world, is one of the most famous brands in the region, having won the coveted title of the ‘Best Tanning Company in Asia’ in 2016.
It’s located in Pasay City, in the capital of Cebu, and it’s owned by the local government.
“The idea was to do something different and introduce a different taste of beauty, a different twist to traditional tanneries.
The customers would really appreciate the freshness and freshness of the oil,” Sunnings CEO Jose Ponce told The Hindu.
He said the new saloons would also bring freshness to the brand, as the customers would be looking for something more unique and exotic.
“It’s a brand that has a lot of history, but also some new elements that are not typical in the market.
It was also a brand we had to take a chance on because we don’t have a lot more salons,” Ponce said.
The brand is already expanding in other markets around the country, including in Lanao del Sur and in Davao City, where it also opened a branch.