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Franklin spa and skincare shop rebrands

Milk & Honey Facial and Wax Parlor now named Bloom & Branch Organic Spa

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Bloom & Branch Organic Spa

Bloom & Branch Organic Spa is located at 330 Mayfield Dr., Suite D2, in Franklin.

Local spa Milk & Honey Facial and Wax Parlor has officially rebranded as Bloom & Branch Organic Spa.

Owned by Franklin resident and lead aesthetician Lisa Shearer, Bloom & Branch is an organic spa and skincare shop specializing in facials, peels, dermaplaning and waxing. 

“These days, there has never been more pressure to look flawless and consistently ‘selfie-ready.’ The continuous cycle of comparison, largely a result of social media, has caused many to chase after the latest skincare fads — often exposing their skin and body to potentially harmful chemical ingredients,” Shearer said. 

After more than a decade at various spas around Middle Tennessee, Shearer set out to create a place where people can experience natural healing for their skin and their soul. Bloom & Branch is built on the idea that beauty is more than “skin-deep” and that healthy skin is best achieved through using organic products and clean ingredients.

“We are very excited to have the opportunity to re-establish ourselves as Franklin’s first and only organic spa and skincare shop and renew our commitment to providing an oasis for our clients where they can escape the daily stresses of life and have a healing and restorative spa experience,” said Paul Shearer, Lisa’s husband and business partner. “My wife and I finally settled on the name Bloom & Branch, because it underlines our belief that healing and growth come from organic and naturally harvested ingredients.”

“The name was inspired by John 15:5 (‘I am the vine; you are the branches’), and it also helps us remember to remain in Him and in order to ‘bloom.’ we all need to get ‘pruned’ from time to time,” Lisa Shearer said.

Bloom & Branch Organic Spa is located at 330 Mayfield Dr., Suite D2, in Franklin. To learn more, visit

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