“They can truly enjoy self-care again, and that’s the most heartwarming experience to be part of.”
Miamisburg’s Thrive at Market Square program is intended to allow small businesses to get their footing and experience in a retail environment while connecting them with the small business community around them, Skinner said.
“My experience with the city, their community manager and other small business owners here has been amazing,” she said. “Everyone’s very welcoming and supportive, offering mentorship and guidance in all business aspects. It’s really an innovative and robust program.”
Skinner said the name of the business is a nod to the ever-changing, infinite changes that one’s skin goes through in a lifetime and the ability to use its products at any stage of life, with any skin type.
Skinner said that unlike other small business soapers, she puts thought into “every ingredient, every interaction, and every product to customize the self-care process for each and every customer in the safest and most ethical way possible.”
“Infinity Soap Company humanizes local, small batch skincare,” she said .
The business offers a 15% discount to all veterans, active service members, EMS and fire and police, Skinner said.