By Sarah Aslam
Wrangell Sentinel writer 

Symphony of Seafood beyond-the-plate winner calls Wrangell home


December 16, 2021

Courtesy of Angie Flickinger.

Angie Flickinger, founder of Waterbody, makes a batch of Mermud soap - using a drill bit with a whisk attachment - at the company's production site in Wrangell.

WRANGELL - A Wrangell company that makes bath and body care products has nothing to do with fish, but that's OK because it won this year's beyond-the-plate award at the Alaska Symphony of Seafood competition.

Waterbody won for its Deep Blue Sea Bath Soak, which counts Pacific sea salt and Alaska bull kelp among its ingredients.

Angie Flickinger started the business in 2015 as Gathered and Grown Botanicals. The idea began when she wanted to give handcrafted soap as a gift. She rebranded in 2020 as Waterbody, with sleek new packaging. It was a good time to completely overhaul her design, whic...

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