Making Soap the Old-fashioned Way is a Family Tradition for Local Business Woman

Making Soap the Old-fashioned Way is a Family Tradition for Local Business Woman
Everything old is new again for one local business woman. After leaving a career in sales and marketing to become a full-time homemaker, Rachael , Raleigh became serious about soap-making. This is the story of how one family's generational stories brought a renewed interest in making all-natural soap the old-fashioned way.

Most people use soap products several times a day to wash hands or to bathe with. Staying clean is an important part of staying healthy. Many of us don't think twice about the soap we use. It's not difficult if you have normal skin but what happens when you have a special skin condition that causes outbreaks, severe dryness or allergic reactions? One local entrepreneur may have just the solution for you.

making cold-process soap, the old-fashioned way since 2002. . So how did Rachael become interested in soap-making? From the time she was a young girl, Rachael heard her grandmothers talk about making soap. Three generations of her family made soap at home before store brands became popular.

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