Appalachian Milk Soap
All natural soap, from Lincoln County.
It all began over a decade ago, in a small country kitchen, in Parsons, West Virginia. Founders, Alby and Donna Cunningham had received news that a granddaughter had been born with the skin condition Eczema. Donna, desperate to assist, immediately began researching the benefits of gentle, natural products that help the skin, such as goatsmilk, emu oil, and shea butter.
After years of soapmaking and traveling to hundreds of shows and festivals promoting and selling their products, Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham desired to retire. Susan Jack, a family friend from Lincoln County, took over the business in March of 2008 and has continued the soap making tradition, and has taken the business to a new level, increasing production to fill orders for an ever increasing client base.
AMS products and the recipes used to make them have not changed - they are still, true, handcrafted, handmade soaps, manufactured totally from scratch.
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Person Interviewed: Susan Jack
Location: Lincoln County, West Virginia
Address: PO Box 367, Hamlin, WV 25523
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