Retail Destination: Savannah, GA

nourish savannahA few weekends ago, gal pal Amber and I hit 95 South from Raleigh heading for Savannah, GA to meet the rest of the bridesmaids for our home girl Brianne’s “Last Fling Before the Ring“. Savannah was an amazing destination for so many reasons, not the least of which include the historic waterfront destination’s wide assortment of independently owned businesses (everything from restaurant and bar to retail).

On our last day there, the girls and I were walking around Downtown (I loved being able to park on Friday night and not have to see our cars again until Sunday afternoon) and stumbled upon this fantastic bath products shop: Nourish. And by stumbled, I mean this place smelled so good we had to do our senses a treat and stop in and see just what Nourish was up to. You name it, these ladies are making and selling it! Soap, candles, aromatherapy, and more – you owe it to your sinuses to stop and just breathe in the goodness at Nourish.

A Few Words about Nourish from their Website:
We began to expand our recipes and our product line as customers confirmed our beliefs that people crave naturally derived health and beauty products that they can trust on their skin and for their families. Our name grew as the results came in – people simply loved what our products could do for their skin.

Our Commitment
At Nourish, we are proud to be doing our part to keep the planet clean while reducing our carbon footprint. We have operated as a green company since the 1990’s, providing environmentally-friendly, non-toxic, and biodegradable products that are good for our bodies and the earth. We make recycling a priority and invest in every effort to minimize the environmental impact of our daily routine. We only package in recyclable, reusable and/or biodegradable containers.

After picking up some goodies, the girls and I headed to the register and found the best part of this shopping destination: $20 goodie bags worth up to $60. They were closed up tightly so you were taking a leap of faith, but based on everything the store was selling, we knew whatever our secret bags held would be worth it. And boy were we right! My $20 Nourish grab bag included a yummy Georgia Peach soy candle (which I burn daily), organic shampoo and conditioner (perfect because I had run out just before leaving Raleigh), a fresh-cut Nourish bar of soap, and a bottle of Vanilla Raspberry Hydrating Mist. I’ll be nice and do the math for you – that’s 5 high-end products for an average of $4.00 each. #dealoftheyear, y’all.

I didn’t ask if the grab bag was a regular thing they do to move out old merchandise to make room for new, but in the chance that it’s a recurring feature, you owe it to yourself to stop in and check out Nourish the next time you find yourself in Historic Downtown Savannah, Hilton Head, or Florida (this great brand has three locations)!

If you’re not in Savannah anytime soon, or need a pick-me-up in between visits, you can shop Nourish online at http://www.nourishsavannah.com/ (where you should sign up for their email list, you know I did!) and you can also like them on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/nourish-indian-river-soap/184632677343.

PS – The ladies who worked there were wonderfully nice, too!

PS #2 – Congratulations, Brianne and Drew! I can’t wait to celebrate your big day with you in April! :-*

Lisa Jeffries

A good old-fashioned Southern girl - at home in the modern world.

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