Tracy Perkins of Strawberry Hedgehog Opens a Pop-Up Shop for the Holidays

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Tracy Perkins says she launched her own vegan beauty product company after years of searching for soaps and products she could use -- guilt-free -- without breaking the bank.

Strawberry Hedgehog produces a variety of soaps in sweet mint, candy cane, and gingerbread scents (to name a few) -- though she changes up the line's look and smell depending on the season.

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You may have spotted Perkins in the lineup for this year's Phoestivus and Crafeteria holiday markets in Phoenix. But if you miss those events, or have a few more soaps you'll need to pick up for the holidays, you're in luck -- she's opened a holiday pop-up.

The small set-up is in Mariposa Longhouse -- in the same building of her soap-making studio, east of Seventh Avenue on Mariposa, and across the street from the new 180 Degrees Automotive Shop.

She'll be selling her goods, as well as a collection of items from local artists and small businesses including vegan lip care, jewelry, accessories from Moderncat Studio, vegan makeup and non-toxic nail polishes.

She'll be at Mariposa Longhouse December 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, and 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m..

Grab more details and updated product info on the Mariposa Longhouse Facebook page.

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