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  • Neurotic Soaps and "the soap dungeon"

    Maggie Wilson, of Neurotic Soaps, used to make the all-natural soaps in her kitchen. That got too messy, so the Wilson sisters were banished to the basement where they mix, mold and dry their soaps.

Maggie Wilson, of Neurotic Soaps, used to make the all-natural soaps in her kitchen. That got too messy, so the Wilson sisters were banished to the basement where they mix, mold and dry their soaps. mcooley@bnd.com
Maggie Wilson, of Neurotic Soaps, used to make the all-natural soaps in her kitchen. That got too messy, so the Wilson sisters were banished to the basement where they mix, mold and dry their soaps. mcooley@bnd.com

By day, she’s a research scientist. By night, she makes soap.

October 19, 2016 11:58 AM