Tonight's Platinum Radio Online Business / Brand spotlight is dedicated to Epiphany Soaps and Blends and it's founder Cheryl Gorman. In this post, Cheryl talks about the soap, the history of her business and soap making, the health benefits and more. Not only is Cheryl Gorman a soap maker, she's also a prominent businesswoman / humanitarian that gives back to the community and has also given many generous donations to help the people in Haiti during their time of need.
"Natural soap making has become one of my favorite hobbies. After visiting Haiti as a missionary for many years and witnessing how soap was made, it then became a passion. I started this craft at home and combined years as a registered nurse and a holistic advocate to incorporate medicinal benefits. My family has come from many generations of soap makers. In the south, African Americans had to produce their own soap from ash. Epiphany soap can be customized and designed to fit your every need, thanks to the many plants and vegetables that provide natural oils and fragrances to keep our skin nourished and free of harsh chemicals. Some of the oils are diffused from the sun and incorporated into the soaps. The vegetable and citrus soaps are created from blended and pureed ingredients that have matured in the essential oils for several days then instilled into the soap to give its accented fragrance. The soaps are then poured into wooden molds and allowed to mature for 24 to 48 hours. The hardened soap is then removed from the mold and exposed to air to mature for 4 – 6 weeks. After maturity, the soap is hand packaged and ready to deliver." - Cheryl Gorman the Founder of Epiphany Soaps and Blends
Thank you to my family and nursing coworkers for being supportive and a big help. - Cheryl Gorman
A portion of all proceeds will go towards the people of Haiti.
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