Jocelyn Ingram Johnson

Website:
Legacy Bath Boutique

Bio:

Several years ago, while getting married and honeymooning in Fiji, I came across the most amazing bar of handmade soap. The soap was unique, and the scent was so unbelievably divine that I purchased large quantities of it to bring back to the United States. In that moment, I decided that I would learn how to make luxury handmade soap as well as the soap that I purchased in Fiji, and so the concept of Sunshine Sweetie was born. My company exists to provide bath & body essentials that will bring a smile to your face. It’s that simple. I want each product to take you on a journey towards happy, peaceful relaxation. I enjoy the process of creating customized products with delightful aromas that indulge the senses and invigorate the soul. Formulating bath & body luxuries is how I breathe. It is my air. It is sort of a ministry to me. I believe that it is a divine gift that was given to me to make other people happy. As my customer base has grown, my product line has expanded to include expertly blended body butters, sugar scrubs, lip balms, bubble bars, and bath fizzes. Using high quality ingredients is of utmost importance to me and the customer will see and feel the difference when using my products. Every day is better with a little Sunshine!

Samples of Jocelyn’s work:

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This program is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. GCA also receives support from its partner agency - the National Endowment for the Arts. Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.