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Abbey Brown Soap Artisan Launches Holiday Scents

 Photo: Courtesy of Abbey Brown Soap Artisan
Photo: Courtesy of Abbey Brown Soap Artisan

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Local soap-maker Abbey Brown has some snazzy new stocking stuffers this season. Available at the Chicago French Market, the sudsy goods now come in Chocolate-Mint ($8.50). There are also three new "Neighborhood" soaps ($5 a pop), which are named after West Town, the Gold Coast, and the West Loop.

Brown tells us that the neighborhood soaps vary from bar to bar, and come in four different scents: Citrus, Cinnamon, Cedar-Mint, and Lemongrass. Delicious-sounding ingredients include locally grown herbs and botanicals, pure essential oils, olive oil, jojoba, and coconut.
· Abbey Brown Soap Artisan [Official Site]
· Chicago French Market [Official Site]