Hamptons Spa Sand -- the beach read version

Hamptons Spa Sand brings Hamptons-style luxury
off the beach and into your bath. 
The premium artisanal sea salts are made exclusively on the South Fork and come in a variety of distinct colors and scent profiles that best represent the East End, including Rosé, Hydrangea, Beach, Sunset and Sunrise, with more on the way. So no matter where you may be, now it's possible to enjoy a day at the beach. Anytime. Anywhere. 
Product profiles: 
  • Pretty and pink, with a hint of decadence, our fun and fruity Rocan be enjoyed any time of day. 
  • Derived from the Greek word for "water vessel," the Hydrangea is the Hamptons most ubiquitous flower. Now available in lavender- and blue-tinted hues, its fragrance is redolent of the cutting garden. 
  • Like the calming blue waters of the ocean, crisp and clean Beach brings the joy to any day. 
  • Fresh and invigorating, the light and lemony Sunrise is an excellent way to greet the day.
  • Dramatic and bold, summer citrus Sunset takes you on a sensory trip back to that perfect day at the beach. 

And lastly, because we are beach lovers and planet huggers, Hamptons Spa Sand is committed to honoring and protecting our planet by using natural products and environmentally friendly eco-compostable packaging whenever possible. 

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Hamptons Spa Sand creator Dawn Watson has learned a lot about the East End during her two decades as a year-rounder. An award-winning journalist and photographer-turned PR guru, she has contributed her expertise on all things Hamptons to a number of leading national, international, regional and local media outlets on the subjects of arts, culture, lifestyle and real estate. The founder of the popular Hamptons Party Girl blog, Dawn currently serves as a committee member for East Hampton Library’s Author’s Night event and is a former board member of the Southampton Cultural Center. She crafts Hamptons Spa Sand by hand at her super-cute pink cottage, Chateau Rosé, in Westhampton Beach. 
* Photo courtesy Lisa Tamburini