Nayo Wright, 10-year-old member of the Fort Pierce, Fla., Church Trailblazers Pathfinder Club, decided to use her soap-making honor to raise funds to pay for Camporee in Oshkosh, Wis., for her and her three siblings.
Wright uses organic ingredients, most of which help to either fight inflammation or remove harmful toxins from the body. Early mornings, after family devotion and before getting ready for school, find Wright busy at work making soaps. After she gets home from school and before she goes to bed, she takes time to ensure that her customers’ orders are prepared.
It was a surprise when it proved to be so successful that Wright, along with help from her family, decided to expand in order to make a difference in the way people cleanse their skin. “We believe that our skin is one of the largest organs of the body, and so we need to feed and nourish it with healthy foods just as we feed our body healthy and nutritious foods,” is the philosophy at Nayo Safiyah Naturals, of which Wright is the creator and owner.
Wright is a straight-A fifth- grader at James E. Sampson Memorial Seventh-day Adventist School in Fort Pierce. She is also a member of STEM leadership, as well as Little EinstienZ, the robotics team at her school. She believes the skills she learned in the Pathfinder club were worth it. She enjoys making soaps, and likes smelling the natural aroma while doing so.
Florida | September 2019