New skincare and fragrance shop to open in York

Looks good – probably smells even better! Photograph: The Bath House on Facebook
13 Dec 2017 @ 7.42 pm
| Business, Shopping

If you like a bit of pampering, a shop due to open in York soon could be right up your street.

The Bath House is planning to move into the former Noa Noa shop on Low Petergate, with a spring 2018 opening date.

It sells a range of grooming, skincare and fragrance products for men and women.

Popular perfumes for women include Patchouli & Black Pepper and White Cedar & Pear (both £38 on the website).

Bath oils, such as Frangipani & Grapefruit, are £20, while soap bars are £5.

For men, Bergamot & Amber cologne is £20, while a Fig & Nutmeg beard gift box is £25.

They’re hiring

Aiming for a spring opening… the Bath House on Low Petergate. Photographs: Richard McDougall

The York Bath House will be the company’s sixth shop. The other five are all in either Cumbria or Cheshire.

Founded in 1997 in Sedbergh, Cumbria, the business has “a simple aim to create the very best bathing and bodycare products, that are a joy to use and are ‘naturally good’ for the skin”.

Using natural ingredients to make all its products, they aim to create “affordable luxuries to use everyday”.

And this is what the company says about its shops:

Visit one of our individual shops for a unique sensory experience.

Here you can try for yourself our soothing formulations or discover a new perfume or cologne to suit your personality.

The Bath House is hiring for its new York store. It is looking for a shop manager, assistant manager and beauty assistants, both full and part-time.

For further details email your CV to Pauline Marshall – [email protected].