Orange County Native Designs the Hautest Luxury Spa Accessory

The Wrapadoo was developed in Orange County just a few years ago when Corona del Mar “Mompreneur” Cynthia Saito launched her Wrapadoo “Luxury Collection” in Fall 2009. But she never dreamed that her handiwork would land in one of the most prestigious spas in the nation–Canyon Ranch Spa. Soon, orders followed for acclaimed Salish Lodge & Spa in Seattle and Ceron Salon/Neiman-Marcus in Dallas.

Wearing a velvety-supple Wrapadoo makes every woman look instantly glamorous. But, these stylish head-wraps are cleverly functional in addition to their ability to beautify. We love that. But, you don’t have to book a massage or facial to own one; Wrapadoo’s website success has been phenomenal and Cynthia’s been taking in orders from all over the world quicker than you can secure the faux jewel on your Wrapadoo.

So just how did this Orange County mother who had never sewn a stitch in her life come up with this idea?

“Inspiration of the design came from the desire to appeal to women who are well-traveled and highly discriminating, holding a high expectation of premium quality and tactile details,” Cynthia explains.  Perhaps all her trips to Europe combined with her figure skating experience may have had something to do with it.

Young girls often love to imitate their mothers and now kids can lift their soggy tresses off their jammies or robes while looking as grown-up and pretty as Mom. A woman can multi-task before hair-styling without having to twist a large, heavy towel atop her head.  We LOVE that.

Cynthia’s “Lifestyle Collection” debuted in Summer 2010 with a fun flare.  The “Baby & Home Collection” debuted over the holidays 2010 and was an instant sensation. Plans to develop luxury items that complement Wrapadoo are currently in the works. An Ivory and Black Wrapadoo with matching Body Wraps and Vanilla or Ebony Chinchilla Throw Blankets is currently the hottest trend as a complete at-home sumptuous grouping.

Which Wrapadoo are you?  Pink?  Cheetah?  Or maybe baby blue? To learn more, visit

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