By: Moira Blazi
Gypsy Rose Bath House, a giftshop featuring handmade soaps, candles, and cosmetics held their grand opening on Saturday, March 17.
Owner Debra Sharp and her family recently moved to Libby from Colorado in Sept. 2017.
“We had goats in Colorado,” she told the Montanian, “I used their milk in my products and we plan to get more,” she added with a smile.
Sharp works at Cabinet peaks medical center as a nurse anesthetist, and has been making natural soaps, cosmetics, and candles. She had been selling her products online under the Gypsy Rose label for over two years before opening her shop on Hwy. 2 on St. Patrick’s day.
In addition to soaps and candles, Sharp makes body butters, sugar scrubs, shaving butter and bath bombs, “I make everything,” she said, “using all-natural essential oils.” She added, “we also do special orders!” Stop in for a sweet sensual experience!
Left: Debra Shat makes bath soaps. Right: Debra’s store front on Hwy. 2 in Libby. Photos by Moira Blazi, The Montanian.