Morgan's Creek — A Sweet Escape

Saturday, June 02, 2018

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One simply cannot avoid being immediately swept up in the smorgasbord of pleasant aromas inside Morgan's Creek Limited.

Neatly tucked away on the first floor of the Sovereign Centre, Kingston, Shop 37A for just over a year-and-a-half, it is a contemporary skincare boutique.

A brainchild of 35-year-old company principal Joni-Dale Morgan, the three-year-old establishment currently boasts a range of luxury skincare products spanning some 40 categories, each replete with differents types and scents — all natural, all handmade — which are produced to help with a range of skin conditions including eczema, sensitivity and acne.

“I suffer from lupus, so I had to change my own skincare products to natural-based. I have a friend in the industry who showed me great benefits and I learnt the soap-making process,” Morgan shares with Under the Dryer (UDT).

Consequently, the first products, Morgan informs, were all items she needed personally.

A few years, a move to Kingston, and a growing customer base later, the line of natural soaps, body splashes/sprays and scrubs is known for the benefits they offer.

“My favourite part about being in the skincare industry is seeing the smiles on people's faces when the products work,” Morgan says. “We want them to feel confident, beautiful, handsome in their natural, naked skin.”

And while the business is growing increasingly popular for its range of products, Morgan's Creek, Morgan notes, offers its customers something more.

“I get a lot of compliments on our customer service, and people want that service in this industry so they can get personal one-on-one experience when they are trying to solve a skin problem,” she explains.

With the support of family members as foundation, and her two-woman-staff as inspiration, Morgan has brought her formerly cyber-based business to reality: a sweet escape.

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