Member Spotlight: Harriet’s Little Soap Co., LLC

Visitors to the Vail Farmers’ Market and Art Show may have been lucky enough to catch Harriet Scheib in action. Harriet runs the Lakewood, Colorado-based Harriet’s Little Soap Company. Asked about her inspiration, Harriet shares, “I have always had an interest in the environment and natural products. Goat milk soap made with organic ingredients helps me keep the world a little cleaner and more beautiful. By using pure organic ingredients, formulating products that work and being creative I have established a successful business. My many clients return with comments about how much they enjoy using the …products. They notice the improvement in their skin with the skin care products and the way their muscles feel after using the Bath Salts and Sore Muscle Rub.”

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After 12 years in business and 7 years as an HSCG member, Harriet’s Little Soap Company is still introducing new skin loving products and continues to grow. You’ll find Harriet’s Little Soap Company carried in a variety of retail stores, at select shows and markets in Colorado, and, of course, online. Harriet’s currently carries a variety of skin and body-pleasing products, including goat milk soap and sample sets, moisturizing bath milks and salts, clay masks, facial steam herbs, lip balm, shea butter, lotion sticks, and sore muscle rub.

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If you’re wandering the aisles of Harriet’s Little Soap Company in wonder, do try the sore muscle rub and a bar of the goat milk soap (we may be partial to the fisherman’s friend, but you’ll find more than a dozen scents to please and a few unscented varieties, all beautifully wrapped and topped off with a bow). Both are wonderful palliatives. Harriet shares that her favorite product are the soap samplers. “Wrapping the soap is like stringing beads. It is very calming.”

Thanks, Harriet, for introducing us to Harriet’s Little Soap Company. Here’s to the next 12 years!

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