Thursday, June 2, 2011

Warm Spirit - It's Back!... Uh...Not really

Previously, I posted that Warm Spirit might be coming back.  It looks like those rumors were true as the official website is back up and running.  However, it's not quite the Warm Spirit you probably remember...

First of all, the site only offers three products for sale (as of this posting) - Super Fruit Anti-Aging Soap, Special Attention Cream, and Daily Essential Luxury Soap.  That is a far cry from the Warm Spirit that I knew!  Another big surprise is that this version of Warm Spirit doesn't offer a direct sell opportunity.  Does this mean that the MLM is gone forever?  Who knows.  Perhaps when the product line expands, they will invite previous consultants like myself back and open the doors to new consultants.  This lends itself to an even more important question...

Do we trust this "new" Warm Spirit?

I don't know about you, but I'm leery.  I'm sure the customers would love to see the products return, but the consultants really caught the bad end of the bankruptcy stick.  I've even been told by some customers that they paid for products that they never received. How horrifying!

One thing can be said for sure though, Warm Spirit is under new management.  Nadine Thompson, previous co-founder and creator of the Warm Spirit products,  has established another company all her own called Soul Purpose.  So with Nadine on to bigger and better things, who is running this "new" Warm Spirit?  I don't know the answer to that either.  The website doesn't list any contact information or an About Us page.  The only thing I know for sure is that the logo is the same and the domain is owned by "Warm Spirit, Inc".  Other than that, we'll just have to see!  Until then, I keep a nice page for Warm Spirit fans to to find Soul Purpose alternates.


  1. I'm trying to remember the name and description of the Warm Spirit foot care products, can you help? Also do you know if the Soul Purpose foot care products are the same, comparable or entirely different?

    Thanks in advance"

    1. Hi Jocelyn,

      The Warm Spirit line did not have a name, per se, but both lines are from the same brainchild, Nadine Thompson, so I would say that if nothing else they are definitely comparable. Since these are two different companies, it should be expected that the formulas are exactly the same.

      Both foot scrubs use fine pumice. The Warm Spirit version is based in aloe vera while the soul Purpose version is based in moisturizing oils (palm, sweet almond, jojoba) and shea butter.

      Regarding the foot soak, I don't have any specifics on the Warm Spirit version, but the Soul Purpose version uses mineral salts and in enriched with eucalyptus and tea tree oil.

      Both foot spray have a cooling effect, but the Soul purpose version also deodorizes.

      Warm Spirit had a foot lotion while Soul purpose has a foot cream. The Warm Spirit version focused on enhancing circulation and detoxification while the Soul Purpose version is more focused on antioxidants and deep moisturization. Both versions utilize eucalyptus and tea tree oils.

      Hopefully this has answered your questions!

    2. correction...

      Since these are two different companies, it SHOULDN'T be expected that the formulas are exactly the same.

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