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Sugar + Spruce

There’s finally a place to find the perfect accompaniments for a luxurious bath or shower. From soaps and bath bombs to masques and scrubs—and everything in between—Sugar + Spruce in Fredericksburg carries a wide selection of bath time accessories, as well as candles with scents to please every preference.

Founder and Master Aesthetician Crystal Wellman is passionate about taking good care of the skin, and she creates most of the products by selecting each ingredient and making sure they’re gentle and safe for the skin and environment. 

“I started making soaps and lotions for myself and my skincare clients,” says Wellman. “The response was overwhelming, and I saw an opportunity to provide Fredericksburg and the region with quality, healthy, carefully formulated personal care products.”

Soaps range from lavender and cherry almond to lemongrass and wildflowers, plus so much more. Items like shower fizzies, doughnut bombs, unique soap dishes and a variety of Soft Lift (eco-friendly bioplastic) to keep soaps from standing in water and lasting longer are must-haves. The store has a selection of scrubs, oils and loofah, and men have their own section to stock up on muscle rub and beard oil and balm.

A wide array of soy candles, such as Pina Colada, White Tea and Morning Java, which go well with the bathing routine, are available for the perfect ending to a long day or as a room freshener.

Sugar + Spruce is a great gift location, offering bath bundles to get more of a favorite item. Or, let that special person choose items with gift cards starting at $10. Get them a gift to remember—every month—with the Soap of the Month Club, which is available for three, six and 12 months.

Sugar + Spruce, which is co-owned by Morgan Wellman, is located at 726 Caroline Street in Fredericksburg. For more information about the store, call 888-210-7999 or visit sugarandspruce.com.

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