Beauty Care, a Brooklyn-based company that caters to beauty-conscious customers, has partnered with Jeuneses beauty care to provide car-sex scenes at its luxury New York City store.
The site has more than a million registered users, according to its website.
According to Jeunese Beauty Care’s promotional materials, the car-shopping experience can be enjoyed by men and women in various roles.
The cars are custom-made and offer a variety of perks.
Some of the perks include spa treatment, private room rentals, and car rides.
A video that has surfaced online purports to show a car-sitting scene at Jeunessey’s Beverly Hills store.
Some Jeunesseys cars have been parked in the car wash.
A spokesperson for Jeunesese Beauty Care told NY Mag the company was “honored” to work with Jeunese.
“Jeunesse is the world’s most recognizable brand,” the spokesperson said.
“They have a long and storied history of providing a diverse range of beauty care and lifestyle products to its beauty-lovers.
We’re thrilled to be working with them on this special event.”
Jeunesees website lists two locations in Manhattan and Beverly Hills as part of the experience.
The first location is located in a nondescript building on West 54th Street.
The second location is at 619 West 57th Street, just blocks away from the Manhattan offices of the cosmetics company, and is located at the corner of 57th and West 59th Streets.
According the website, Jeuneseys cars are equipped with an “artificial tail lights” and can be parked for up to 30 minutes at a time.
“Each vehicle will have its own personalised theme,” Jeunesayes site says.
“We can accommodate up to two customers per car.
Each vehicle will include a personalised and personalized spa treatment and complimentary private room rental.”
In an Instagram post, the brand says, “A lovely car is waiting for you!”
The Instagram post was taken down, but a cached version of it is still live.
The Jeunesses Twitter account has since been deleted.
Jeunesis Instagram account was deleted, but cached version is still online.
“Beauty Care is proud to announce that it will be providing car-service at Jeuneses Beverly Hills beauty shop for a special event on Thursday, June 22nd,” the brand said in a statement to New York magazine.
“It will be a fantastic event to celebrate and celebrate our beautiful cars and luxurious lifestyle products, and we will do everything in our power to make it a beautiful day.”
Jeusesse has had a rocky relationship with celebrities in the past.
It recently lost a battle with singer-songwriter Beyonce over the sale of the music rights to her music.
Beyonce sued Jeunesites management in January 2016.
The suit, which has since expired, claimed the celebrity-owned cosmetics company had violated Beyonce’s copyright by selling a song to the public without Beyonce permission.
In February 2017, Jeuneys parent company, Sephora, agreed to settle the case.
Sephors management has denied any wrongdoing and claimed that the singer’s claim was unfounded.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Jeunesce, who also sued the Sephoras management for $5 million, claiming that the brand’s management had used the singer as a “media and publicity tool to sell a product.”
The settlement was reportedly reached in December 2017, with Jeyses management paying Jeunesae $7 million in compensation.