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Locally-made skin care products available to Oscar stars

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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Some Hollywood stars will get a taste of Nashville at this year's Oscars.

Stephanie Rountree owns a company called Eden Song Essentials, which is a line of all organic, all edible skin care products.

Her body oils and cleansers are so unusual they have received the attention of the organizers who put together gift bags given out to celebrities at the Oscars.

"It's basically a special niche within the organic niche. That's what sets it aside. I use only ingredients that you would consume into your body. I'm not saying you should actually consume them, however the sugar scrub is actually delicious," said Rountree.

Rountree hopes the celebrity exposure will turn her small business into a staple for women looking for a way to turn back the hands of time.

Currently her products are sold exclusively online.

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