A growing Tulsa company with one location on Cherry Street is giving back to its community.
"It has really taken off. It has become its own culture, its own life. It is more than I ever dreamed it would be, my little soap store," said Scottie Lawrence with Magnolia Soap and Bath Co.
Magnolia Soap and Bath Company is an experience.
Customers can watch soap being made by hand. They know exactly what is inside shower steamers, hand and body soaps and lotions.
"Help us make your own bath bombs, make your own steamers, have parties here," said Lawrence.
The company was started by Oklahomans.
Oklahomans who believe in giving back to the community as their business grows.
"The amount of support Tulsa has thrown behind us just shows me that what I am doing is the right thing. And that if I continue to grow and support Tulsa, and give to charities and be a part of the community, and have people be a part of us; that is what makes us different," said Lawrence.
Their next partnership is all about animals.
"We are doing a pet adoption here at our store. What also makes it cool is we sell pet soap, plant-based pet soap and pet spray. We decided to do an event with the sweet charity, Skiatook Paws and Claws. They will have their cat tower here, they will have some cute dogs to adopt," said Lawrence.
The adoption event is Saturday, January 29 from 11-2. Parts of the fundraiser roll through the first couple weeks of February.
🐾20% of all sales during this event will go to benefit @skiatookpawsandclaws
🐾50% of all Pet Soap sales will be donated to @skiatookpawsandclaws through Feb 10th.
🐾Dogs & Cats will be at our Cherry🍒St. store ready for adoption.
🐾Each adopted dog will receive a free bar of pet soap to take home.
🐾If you can’t adopt, donations will be accepted for @skiatookpawsandclaws during the event.