Sunday, September 28, 2008

French Soaps


  • French Soaps



    Soaps From Alpes and Brazilian tree leaves

    We are donate to save the rainforest in Brazil

    We do it all," DiTomasso says.

    These natural soaps are crafted using natural herbs, spices and clays; they contain no artificial ingredients. Ingredients include, but are not limited to: olive oil, grape seed oil, mango butter, lavender oil, Egyptian geranium, cinnamon, and rose clay. Naturally occurring glycerin is also present.

    Approximately 40 different choices are available from an array of categories - citrus fruits, plant and flower extract, from the tree, oatmeal, goat's milk and buttermilk, espresso coffee, from the sea, clays, herbs and triple-milled French.




    There are many different products from the Amazon rainforest. Following are some important products and a brief explanation about them.

    Rachael Donate for save amazon forest




     










  • Monday, September 15, 2008




    • FRENCH SOAP THE BEST SKIN CARE AND CHARITY



      Already talked about the rather awesome "soap with a rainforest essential oils are " but now that I'm getting to know the brand a little better, I realized that I'd left out the most important part.
      For every 5 bar of soap sold, Natural Handcrafted Soap donates one to Rainforest organizations in Brazil
      Anyway, it got me thinking about skin care companies that give back, so here are a few links to companies big and small that will make lots of donations for the holidays in addition to year round contributions:Natural Handcrafted Soap skin care works with Conserve and TAPS. Avon gives tons of money to breast cancer research and awareness each year, as does Estée Lauder.






    • French Lavender Soaps



      This soap may be small in size, buts its giant in fragrance and lather. Theres bits of lavender flowers and the relaxing scent of lavender in this beautiful soap. The lavender oil used in our soap is imported from the Haute Province of France; wild lavenders original home.

       
       
       
       






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