Editor’s Pick: Little Barn Apothecary’s handmade scrubs, soaks, and balms

Co-founders Joshua Morgan and Brad Scoggins launched their bath and body product line earlier this year
Little Barn Apothecary
Photograph by Whitney Ott

When Stone Mountain–based buddies Joshua Morgan and Brad Scoggins began making bath and body products in 2012, they got such rave reviews from friends that they went all in. The two combined their interest in nature with Morgan’s background in luxury beauty and Scoggins’s experience in marketing and hospitality, launching Little Barn Apothecary early this year. The result? Handmade, small-batch scrubs, soaks, and balms (even a beard oil) made with herbs and botanicals—many organically grown in their own garden or sourced locally. Already Little Barn is carried at top spas, shops, and hotels across the country.

Starting at top center and moving clockwise:

  • Body balm, $24/3.8 oz.
  • Beard oil, $16/1 oz.
  • Cassia rosewood soaking salt, $28/16 oz.
  • Lemongrass peppermint lip balm, $7
  • Rose cedarwood lime scrub, $24/12 oz.
  • Cardamom cocoa rose detox mask, $22/3 oz.

Available at littlebarnapothecary.com; urbanoutfitters.com; and locally at shops such as Crafted Westside, Wax Atlanta, and Sis and Moon’s

This article originally appeared in our July 2015 issue.  

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