Honeysuckle Soap

Honeysuckle Soap uses the cold press method to make each bar so it retains the naturally occurring glycerin. The result is a soap the actually attracts moisture to the skin. The addition of healing ingredients like olive oil, vitamin E, and honey combined with a lack of skin-irritating preservatives, results in a bar of soap that has been known to aid skin infirmities. 

I tried the Citrus Splash, which smells delightfully fresh and sweet and was very mild on my sensitive skin. Honeysuckle Soap also makes face lotions and body lotions: HoneysuckleSoap.com.

Photo Credit: www.honeysuckle.com
Photo Credit: Honeysuckle Soap

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One With Nature

I tried a One with Nature bar soap for the first time last night and my only disappointment is that I didn’t start using this soap sooner. I really think it has the creamiest lather I’ve ever experienced! Since One With Nature makes their bars twice the size of most glycerin soaps, you can enjoy this all natural 100% vegetable-based soap even longer than usual! With scent selections like Orange Blossom or Lemon Verbena and ingredients like shea butter, dead sea salt, and vitamin E, these chunky bars of shower goodness are perfectly refreshing and therapeutic for the summer months (as well as year-round).

 

An added bonus to using this soap is knowing that One With Nature is currently partnering with Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME)– a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the preservation of the Dead Sea. One With Nature donates a portion of their profits to FoEME to help fund research and awareness of  the Dead Sea. I also enjoy the fact that One With Nature never tests fragrances, colors and ingredients on animals.

 

One With Nature Bar Soaps retail for $3.79 (a great deal for the size and quality)! The soaps can be found in over 1,500 natural foods, specialty and grocery stores nationwide or at onewithnature.com.

Photo Credit: One With Nature
Photo Credit: One With Nature