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Where You Should Be Spending Your Money: Soap Snob

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It’s Friday!!!  And that means it’s time to enjoy the wondrous weekend!  Weekends are a great time to rejuvenate and catch up with friends… oh and brunching on the weekend is great too!  Anywho, I need to let you know about another amazing black owned business… female owned business that you should spend all your coins with this weekend!  SERIOUSLY!  Soap Snob is a super cute online boutique chop full of your basic self-care essentials!

tiny-soap-snobI met the owner, Monica Dickerson, a while back at a Walker’s Legacy event in Tucker that I hosted.  She was eager to learn pertinent information to help bolster her business and she was such an encouraging face in the group of ladies.  Networking is something isn’t it ladies?  If you’re not out the networking, I encourage you to do so.  I’m actually going to find somewhere to network this weekend.

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But back to Soap Snob.  This woman hand crafts amazing soaps that help nourish and moisturize your skin.  And it’s born of necessity as she battles eczema.

“As owner of Soap Snob and sole Soapmaker, I have years of soap making experience, advanced coursework in organic and inorganic chemistry, and membership in the industry’s leading professional organization, the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild. At Soap Snob, I will never compromise the quality of my handmade products by using substandard ingredients or additives. This is my promise to you and your skin.”

17760755_1899962380271645_6421760090618513982_oInstead of running to Vicky Secrets or B&B Works… why not hop online and shop with Soap Snob for all natural products, great customer service, and you’ll be supporting a sister in the process!  Oh, and try the OMG! Moisture Cream… it will change your life.  Her bath bombs are awesome too.  Visit her site to look around and purchase:  www.thesoapsnobcompany.com

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