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Cathy & Mackenzie

Cathy & Mackenzie

For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted an online store. One that had handmade items, most made by me as I am a jill of all crafts! So when the pandemic started, I decided that I was going to do it! What did I have to lose? My why is my granddaughter, she is my favorite little human. Although to be honest, she is not little anymore... Mackenzie is a competitive cheerleader. For cheer, Mackenzie travels all over the US for competitions. I wanted the freedom to be able to travel with her. Here is a great pic of us at Disney World with Chewbacca. Since then I have been building this site, perfecting my product line, doing farmers' markets to promote this business, and growing this business as much as Mackenzie has. This was the scariest thing I have done in life and the most rewarding too. I want to tell you why I chose soap... I am allergic to Laurel Sulfate - the main ingredient in commercial soap that helps them lather. It is also in shampoo, toothpaste, hand soap, and body wash and you get the point. I started making soap in the late 90's when I found out I was allergic. So When I needed to find a product that was "needed, consumable, and wanted" I racked my brain and decided to sell the soap I had already been making.