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One Million Cups - Sweet Girl Bath and Body - 8/29/17

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One Million Cups - Sweet Girl Bath and Body - 8/29/17 Tue, 29 Aug 2017 20:16:02 +0000 One Million Cups - Sweet Girl Bath and Body - 8/29/17 One Million Cups - Sweet Girl Bath and Body - 8/29/17 KOLR [?] >> kelly: welcome back to "ozarks live!" everybody! we're here with carrie didier, the co-owner of sweet girl bath and body. welcome! >> guest: thank you. thank you for having me. >> tom: good to see you. the >> guest: appreciate are it. >> kelly: i'm excited to know about this product. now, you started this because why? >> guest: we started because my eldest son has eczema. and we couldn't find anything that helped me. so we played around and it turned into a biz. >> tom: tell us about some of the products. >> we do a wide range of all-natural bath and body products. everything is based in shea butter and coconut oil. we have a softer lotion. we do a hard lotion with bees wax in it. we have natural deodorant. we have bath salts with 85 minerals in them. lip balms, coconut oil soap. nothing that we do has fragrance in it. >> tom: calling it sweet girl, you have things that guys can use here, too. >> guest: they certainly can. my husband does. >> tom: well, you told me right away, this one doesn't smell at all. it does its job, but it doesn't have any kind of fragrance at all. >> guest: that's right. >> kelly: people don't realize how important that is. i have friends that are allergic to fragrance and it bothers people >> guest: that was one of my son's biggest triggers. any time he would go around people with perfumes or fragrances, it would make his eczema flare-up. >> kelly: is he good now? >> guest: he is! >> kelly: these products are well put together. are you selling them in the area? >> at farmers markets of the ozarks, mama jeans, hy-vee, price cutter, ruby's, homegrown food. >> tom: where are you out of? >> guest: our base is our website and farmers market of the ozarks is where we started out. >> kelly: how many years have you been in business? >> guest: six years. it's going great. >> kelly: how has 1 million cups helped you guys? >> guest: to learn the basics of business. we weren't business people to start with, so having other people's input has been wonderful. it's kind of, you know, an incubator for people to give ideas and help people out, make connections. they've helped us get into stores because people have connections. >> tom: were you one of the people who found out it's harder than you thought it is going to be. >> guest: it is a lot harder than we thought it would be! it's been great, but it's a learning process. >> kelly: you have to have the right language and how to talk to folks and what they're looking for. it has to be something that works with what they're doing. i believe i have seen this in mama jean's, and i have tried to product and i really like it! >> guest: we get that a lot. people try it, and say will it work. >> kelly: we've talked about this. this is a deodorant, not an anti-perspirans. >> guest: it has baking soda and arrow root powder. it doesn't block your pores like a deodorant would, and it has essential oils with a fresh scent and it gets rid of bacteria. we have one that is unscented, because we have found people even sensitive to the essential oils. >> tom: the nice thing is using natural products can be a great benefit! >> guest: and you don't have to worry about chemicals and what they do. >> tom: you can read all the ingredien ingredients. >> kelly: it's a short list, right? >> guest: it is. they're things you would have in your kitchen. it's not something you have to find a weird manufacturer to come up with. >> kelly: do you do this in your kitchen? >> guest: well, not name! we did. we do now have a dedicated space. we still make everything ourselves. >> kelly: it's a family-owned business. >> guest: it is. we have six kids, so they help out. they label things. you'll see them if you go to farmers market of the ozarks. they're around helping sell and running the cash register. we have put them to good work. >> kelly: i'd love to try these products! and they make great gift ideas! >> guest: we do gift baskets. you can make special requests. we do things for events and mother's day and those kinds of things. >> kelly: that's great! how can people get ahold of you? >> guest: you can request to pick up at farmers market of the ozarks and you don't have to pay for shipping if you're local. and you can find everything at the stores that we

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