Founder and Co-Owner of Roses and Azalea
If you’ve ever seen someone wheeling a gold glitter rolling case around the Queen City, chances are it was Jenny Melick. What’s in the case, you ask? Only high-quality products made by high-quality people right here in Charlotte.
Earlier this year, Jenny and her husband Cory decided to use their chemistry backgrounds to create a line of non-toxic personal care products made with natural ingredients (and a dash of positivity) – thus their company, Roses and Azalea, was born! You can find their organic deodorants, dry shampoos, face serums and allergy relief balms at pop-up markets & stores across the Queen City, or online here.
Fun Fact: For every online order, Roses and Azalea donates one of their non-toxic products to a child in need to further their mission of nourishing and healing the bodies of as many people as possible.
Jenny took a short break from creating her latest and greatest products to answer 5 Ridiculous Questions…
So, which one IS your favorite? Roses … or azaleas?
Uh, ROSES … I’m obsessed with rose water and its healing powers. (Shhh, don’t tell Azalea, it’ll hurt her feelings!)
What’s the funniest question a customer has ever asked you about your products?
Is your deodorant actually edible? (WHY ARE YOU TRYING TO EAT OUR DEODORANTS?) Or, do you have a gallon option of your face serum so I can pour it all over myself? (Agreed, our face serum is THAT awesome!)
The Queen Charlotte statue at the airport looks like she’s falling over. What do you think knocked her over?
Merging traffic. That and her toll bills.
If you had to pick one, which breakfast cereal mascot would you go on a date with?
Cap’n Crunch. ‘Cause he is just an eye patch away from being a pirate. And, pirates are sexy!
You’re an expert on aromas. What name would you give a deodorant that smells like the Epicenter at 2am?
CLOSING TIME – Smells like booze, bar food, rejection, sweat and fun from dancin’ and tacos – all infused with moon essence, wolf hair and a tickle of laughter.
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