Beautiful Health was first ribbon cutting for Blue Zones Project® SWFL since COVID shutdown

(Naples, FL – June 18, 2020) Beautiful Health celebrated their Blue Zones recognition with a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 11. The event was captured live on Facebook by the staff of Blue Zones Project® Southwest Florida.
“The Blue Zones Project® and Power 9 principles are so important to a happy and healthy life and my team and I are so excited to have become a recognized organization,” says Caroline Thonon, owner of Beautiful Health.
The mission and concept for Beautiful Health is to offer all natural and toxic-free products and services. Customers may select from a wide variety of all-natural products from all-natural sunscreens, make up, cleansers, lotions, soaps and more to spa services with a wide selection of massages, facials, and skin treatments.
“We are proud to have Beautiful Health as a recognized Blue Zones Project Organization as we all strive to help people live healthier, happier and longer lives. Their celebration was our first virtual ribbon cutting as we honor social distancing during COVID. Now, more than ever, we know that a healthy community is a resilient community, better equipped to survive stress including a pandemic,” says Deb Logan, Executive Director, Blue Zones Project® – SWFL. “We encourage everyone to take advantage of the free resources Blue Zones Project® provides to help make healthy choices easier for your worksites, schools, restaurants, faith-based organizations and HOA’s.”
Beautiful Health is an all-natural beauty and health shop located at 4947 Tamiami Trail North., Suite 105 in Naples. Besides offering natural and skincare, beauty and other types of products, Beautiful Health will also conduct health classes and workshops on a regular basis throughout the year.
Individuals may book a massage or facial online or by calling directly. Spa treatments being offered at Beautiful Health include facials, dermaplaning, microneedling, massages, and other related beauty treatments. For more information, call 239-241 5111 or please visit
This article was submitted by a Guest Author of the Above Board Chamber.