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July 25, 2012


Growing up in a small town in northwest Pennsylvania, Jennifer Tice learned from her grandmother how to make soap.

In college, she studied chemistry and continued her education and interest in body and skin care products.

In 2002, Tice created Indigo Bath & Body in Marietta (the company was formerly based in Woodstock).

Best-selling bar soaps include the Lav-a-Mint Dead Sea Mud Facial Soap ($6 per bar; $5 at farmers’ markets) and the Himalayan Pink Sea Salt Lavender Spa bar ($6).

But stop at the company’s booth at one of the seven farmers’ markets in the Atlanta area and see new customers taking the smell test. Also listen to devotees, like Mindy Ouellette of Dunwoody, rave about their favorites.

Indigo Bath & Body also offers a line of therapeutic bath salts ($12) and shea butter lip balms ($3 to $5), such as Marvelous Mango.

Visit www. Or  purchase products at area farmers’ markets (see a list at the website).


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