New downtown businesses celebrate grand openings in style
Thursday saw the opening of Beaufort Massage & Bodywork, a massage therapy studio on Bladen Street and Friday it was Bathe taking over the giant scissors on Scott Street in downtown.
Beaufort Massage & Bodywork is a new studio providing specialized care for neck and shoulder pain relief. Owner, Deborah Black, has been practicing for over 14 years and possesses techniques ranging from deep tissue, Swedish, reflexology, Cupping, Hot Stone, and Sports along with other styles to fit your needs. Black is now accepting clients at her 705 Bladen Street studio. Learn more about it here.
Bathe, the new handcrafted soap store on Scott Street, offers everything from handcrafted soaps, body scrubs and lotion, sea salts and body wash and moisturizing sprays to bug spray, bath bombs, luffas and even towels. Most of the products are made right there in the store, behind the front counter, by owner Natalie Wohlwend. Learn more about them here.
The pair of grand openings was also celebrated by the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce, who held the official ribbon cutting for each of the new businesses.
More businesses are set to open in downtown soon.
Over the next few months we’ll see a new girls clothing store named Beaufort Belle opening on Bay Street along with Beaufort Bread Company’s much-anticipated Bay Street location, a Kilwin’s fudge and ice cream spot and a new store that sells everything you could ever use lavender for.
Enjoy some photos from the celebrations with our gallery from each one.