Turks and Caicos Resort Introduces Exclusive Bath Products

Upon its grand opening in late October, Beach House Turks and Caicos, a boutique hotel on Grace Bay in the Caribbean, will unveil a new, "eco chic" bath amenity line.

Inspired by a signature scent developed in collaboration between Beach House Managing Director Andrew Ashcroft and perfumer Richard Howard, the product formulator and director of the UK-based Arcania Apothecary, the products aim to evoke the energy and freedom of being at one with the ocean.

The nine all-natural products will be featured in the guest suites, including an invigorating and soothing body wash, shampoo, conditioner, hand wash, hand cream, temple balm, salt scrub and an after sun body lotion. Nutrient rich ingredients like lavender, frankincense, lemon grass, aloe vera, Jasmine and linden blossom create unique scents and an ideal composition for each product and its intended use.

In addition to all 21 suites of Beach House, the full bath and body line will be available for sale in the hotel’s boutique and online along with a broad array of Beach House branded clothing, accessories and gift items.

The Beach House line is a collection of bath and body products inspired by the energy of island life. The products are prepared with distinct sensitivity for the precious ingredients in the Arcania Apothecary lab in Somerset, England using natural botanicals and pure essential oils.

All nine selections are available for use in 10 ounces bottles in each suite utilizing an environmentally conscious and hygienic refill system.

Visit www.beachhousetci.com.


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