Simple solutions for sensitive skin

March 23, 2017

I am so excited to be a repeat vendor at the Bentonville (Arkansas) Farmer's Market! 

Downtown Bentonville (www.downtownbentonville.org) just featured me on their blog!   

 

Below is what Kelsey Miller just penned:

http://www.downtownbentonville.org/single-post/2017/03/22/Simple-Solutions-for-Sensitive-Skin

 

"Simple Solutions for Sensitive Skin

Cooper Ridge Country Store offers a variety of all-natural goat’s-milk health and body products ranging from soaps to lotions and salves and lip balms. For over 25 years, Marilyn Gray, creative mastermind and head of business operations, has been perfecting each and every product that is available for purchase. Marilyn began hand crafting soaps when her son’s highly sensitive skin and growing list of allergies limited which body care products he could use. Taking advantage of the goats milk that she had on hand, Marilyn researched soap making methods and began perfecting her own recipe.

 

Marilyn’s soaps are made with natural products grown from her own garden located at her home tucked away in the rolling hills of Pineville, Missouri.  Through the rich protein and vitamin content present in raw goats milk and by avoiding the use of dyes or artificial perfumes, each product caters to those with sensitive skin and delicate complexions.

 

Marilyn currently sells 16 varieties of her hand made soaps and lotions. Scents vary from Basic, to English Rose, Lavender, Happy Camper, Oatmeal Honey and Almond, Cinnamon Clove and Orange, and more. These products and others are available for purchase at the Cooper Ridge Country Online Store here (https://www.cooperridgecountrystore.com/) or at a variety of locations throughout NWA and Southern Missouri. Stop by War Eagle Mill, Allen’s Grocery Store, the Jane Store and our very own Saturday Bentonville Farmer’s Market to grab a bar of this goat’s milk soap - you won’t be disappointed!"

 

 

 

 

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