Four generations of strong women and Alessandra Schieppati, journalist, born in Milan in 1967, graduated in Political Science at the University of Milan, is the last one. She has grown from a young age his passion for nature and animals, especially dogs and horses.
After a career in communications and journalism in 1999 she moved to Vigoleno, Piacenza Apennines, while continuing to travel to Milan for work-related reasons. The decision to leave the Lombardia capital is the opportunity to realize a dream: stop dreaming her life and decide to live it fully!
Since April 2011 Alessandra, in addition to journalism, is working full-time in the old 1600 stone farmhouse Borgo di Vigoleno ®.
The passion for nature and handcrafted soaps has been handed down from local traditions of the grand-grandmother. Her sopas are completely handmade for the 88% and the price is one of the lowest on the market but the idea is to send a special gift that includes history, art, culture, environment and traditions found in small Italian village, which is still cut off from the flow of visitors and tourists.
The value of our soaps is not only craftsmanship, ingredients and beauty but also in their mining and origin.