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Skin trouble the catalyst for launching Indie Goat Soap (access required)

  Heather Collins suffered from problematic skin. When she couldn’t find any successful treatments, she took matters into her own hands and created her own soap company, Indie Goat Soap, with her business partner, Amanda Marino. Originally from Pennsylvania, Collins moved to Naples, Ontario County, 11 years ago when she and her husband bought a farm. “We basically ...

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