A Weekend With…Savor
September 19, 2008
“In culinary terms, it means fresh cream — as a soap, it is a fluffy, thick whipped soap that is perfect for making an ordinary shower into a pampering, indulgent experience.”
Oh my, YES!!
“Savor grew out of a love for cooking — each bar of soap is planned out recipe-style — and each creation is infused with a love for natural and exotic ingredients. I started selling in October 2007. My line began with elegant soaps, then I introduced bath salts and some lotions, and finally a fun, whipped soap I call creme fraiche (for fresh cream). I love to consult cookbooks for my inspiration — I love to have soaps that are so tempting and decadent you feel totally pampered by them.
“I produce 75-100 pounds of soap a week, and have a steady wholesale business — the wholesale portion of Savor is thriving like I would have never thought possible! Online sales have been fantastic, and the customers I’ve met have been the best. I couldn’t be more pleased with the people I’ve met through Savor.”
“Savor takes up about 40 hours per week of my time, and I work a full time job at a company in downtown San Francisco as well. It takes balance, but it’s important to me that my family and our future is provided for. To keep the business growing, I focus on advertising, product innovation, and keeping my lovely customers as happy as can be :)”
There is nothing I love more than a business woman that goes after her dream. I *LOVE* it!!
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I know a few people that will be getting some of this for Christmas…