After more than year since our launch in Canada, Lemongrass House has established itself across the country, showcasing our premier global brand – known for its quality and all-natural artisan spa products – to Canadians from coast to coast. The products are never tested on animals. It is clear that Canadians LOVE Lemongrass House products.

As we continue to serve our retail customers – in store and online (Spas & Hotels) – we are expanding our focus to wholesale clients in the hotel and spa sectors. Our approach, which supports the company’s overall brand, is to work with exceptional boutique hotels and spas – providing them with fabulous professional spa products such as face, body and massage oils; face, hand, foot and body creams; soaps, shampoos and conditioners – and so much more.

With fabulous fragrances such as lemongrass (of course!), blue chamomile, jasmine and tangerine, Thai bergamot and more, these handcrafted spa products upgrade every guest experience, inspiring them to return again and again.

We know that not every hotel or spa is looking for our level of quality and attention to detail. For those that are committed to providing an exceptional and quality bespoke experience for their guests – Lemongrass House products are unparalleled. They help to transport spa-goers to a mini-vacation where the exotic florals of Thailand engage their senses and imagination. They feel cared for and pampered, allowing them to relax away from the busyness of their day to renew their spirit and nourish their soul (and leaving them with softer skin).

We’re excited about our increased focus on the wholesale side of Lemongrass House Canada. If you know of a hotel or spa that would be a great fit for our exceptional, quality products – let us know. The Lemongrass House Canada referral program means that if we sign a contract with the hotel or spa you introduce us to, we will send you an incredible basket of Lemongrass House products. (It’s a BIG basket and you can tell us your favourite fragrances to fill it with!)

July 10, 2019 — Ben Horne

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