Body & Soul Shop Re-Opens In Downtown Beirut

Body & Soul sells nearly three hundred body and bath products in its signature shops, known for their simple light blue and green de-stressed wood decor and vibrant product label designs.

The pure essential oils and raw materials in Body & Soul products are sourced from around the world and tailored to dry, normal or oily skin type.

‘Certified organic’ lotion, shampoo, conditioner, hair masque and body mist products use ingredients grown without pesticides and chemical fertilizers.

Aromatherapy massage and treatment oils alleviate common conditions, such as acne, headaches, bronchitis, back pain, athlete’s foot, cellulite, and anxiety.

Floral or fruit fragrances, alone or in combinations, are central to Body & Soul bath, body and facial products. A range of perfume oils is sold in decorative Swarovski bottles.

Body & Soul has a second shop in Beirut International Airport Duty Free, as well as franchises in Bahrain and Jordan. The company will soon announce the launch of its online store at http://bodyandsoul.me.

About:

Body & Soul personal care brand features an online store with over 300 all-natural bath and body care products, produced with essential oils and fragrances sourced from around the world. A dedicated organic line includes products tailored for hair and body. Franchise opportunities available.

Body Line: body butter, body scrub, organic body lotion, organic body mist
Bath Line: fuzzy bath bombs, bath salts, body wash, bubble bath, shower gel, suspending body wash
Hair Care: organic shampoo, organic conditioner, organic hair masque
Facial: facial cleanser, face wash gel
Massage: creamy massage oil, massage gel, massage oil
Aromatherapy: massage oil, treatment oil
Perfume Oil
Foot Therapy: foot soak, soothing cream, pumice foot scrub, foot massage gel

2 Responses to Body & Soul Shop Re-Opens In Downtown Beirut

  1. Myles says:

    I’m planning on making a jojoba and moringa oil mixture to apply to my skin. I also want to add some essential oils because I’d love to smell like a flowerbed in a forest.

    Would this be a wise idea? I’ve already ordered the ingredients and will settle for making my own perfume… but I just thought this could be a two birds, one stone sorta deal by mixing a few drops of essential oil into the jojoba/moringa mixture.

    Thank you!

  2. Vultre9 says:

    I like making my own natural cosmetics and lotions but many recipes call for essential oils. I’d prefer not to buy them online but I’m unsure of what kind of store sells them (like the grocery store, bath and body works, etc…) Help?

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