Alpenglow in the local newspaper The Homer News
Here is a link to an article in our local paper about Alpenglow’s commitment to quality and the Farmers Market. Susan is feeling pretty humbled by the accolades.
Alpenglow interviewed on the local radio station KBBI
Susan Houlihan, proprietor of Alpenglow, is interviewed by our local radio station KBBI about her business and her love of her local Farmers Market where she has been a vendor for 17 years and on the board of directors for over a decade.
With wildcrafted Alaskan botanicals full of phytonutrients and nourishing organic oils, our leave-in Conditioning & Styling Hair Treatment is ideal for moisturizing and styling hair. Nothing generates healthier hair than Alpenglow products, handmade from scratch. More...
We’d like to share some of the steps involved in making our Cottonwood Balm and Cottonwood Massage Oil. It is indeed a labor of love. We feel honored to work sustainably with these magical trees and Calendula flowers. More...
We believe in a healthy planet as much as we believe in healthy skin. Our family spends countless hours in wild Alaskan flower meadows and forests collecting Alaskan botanicals to create the purist, healthiest and truly best skin and hair care products available. More...
The old fashion cold process of making soap and shampoo bars is no quick process. Susan formulates the ingredient ratios for optimal moisturizing, lathering and bar longevity. Here she is slicing the block molds into towers, before slicing them into bars. Learn more...
Patrick built our new Alpenglow workshop using an energy efficient northern climate technique of insulating the outside of the building, instead of between studs on the inside. Take a tour of the inside here….