The Island Connection Said:
"On a balmy Lowcountry spring afternoon, Cottage Aroma Bella held their local grand opening party on the lawn of their new spa located on Fort Trenholm Road on Johns Island. Although Cottage Aroma Bella has been open since early January of this year, owners Peggy and Paul Lieber wanted to give their elegant new spa the normal grand opening it deserves.
With the gentle notes of a classical chamber trio from Charleston Chamber Music playing in the eaves, guests to the grand opening enjoyed fresh acai berry martinis, hand rolled sushi, delicate slices of organic roast beef on hot rolls and bowls of fresh fruit. Billowing white tents sheltered comfortable lounge areas and dining tables, not only showcasing the elegance of the Cottage and its beautiful Lowcountry setting, but also how the lawn could be transformed into an excellent location for receptions and formal parties.
The Liebers were gracious as always, taking the time to walk each visitor personally through the new spa and offering cups of their signature tea, which consists of a refreshing blend of organically grown lemon-grass, mint and local honey. All of the spa's lotions and body washes are made by the Lieber's main company, Royal Labs, which is located just steps from the spa, and gift bags of lotion samples were given to everyone who dropped by."
Age Revitalizing Facial
Our most popular skin treatment Uses the latest in anti-aging ingredients and the most advanced sonic, radio wave and light therapy technology to stinumlate skin's collagen and firmness. Watch for before and after photos in future editions.
Things we care about
Charleston Breast Cancer
Cottage Aroma Bella supports the Charleston Breast Cancer. 4-12-10. Its generosity will help meet its mission to bridge state-of-the-art breast cancer detention and treatment with education and compassionate care.
Women Helping Women Succeed
The Center for Women particularly appreciate the support received by Cottage Aroma Bella. This partnership allows us to deliver much-needed educational programs and support services to over 6000 women a year.
Low Country Children's Center
Charleston Therapeutic Riding