Hi! I'm Sabrina and I have been with WSA since 2017. My goal is to use this blog to help you learn about who we are and to share our knowledge about bath and body products with you.

It is hard to know all the ins and outs. The bath and beauty industry is full of buzz words and endless trends. Soap can be a dirty business and I am going to try and help clear it up for you.

Three Ways To Help Support Small Businesses

I have seen post after post about supporting small businesses and buying local all across social media which is fantastic! But, with lots of shops being closed, not wanting to spend a lot of time out, and craft fairs canceled, how do you do this? 1. HOW TO LOOK FOR THEM: Check to see if the craft show you usually go to has a list of artists who were scheduled to attend. Many of the shows we were supposed to go to provided links or phone numbers for the crafters/businesses that were supposed to be there, along with pictures of what they sell. Scour the internet. Most small businesses have some form of social media or website. Try searching the businesses name, or type of product they are sell

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Wind Song Acres LLC

"Purposefully Designed, Simply Made"


A family run soap shop in Plymouth, NY

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