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Why Using All Natural Soap Is Simply Better for Your Skin

People these days are more inclined to maintain a healthy and sustainable lifestyle trying to minimize the amount of toxins that enter their body, eating good food, drinking purified water, breathing purified air, and some even take added measures to detoxify their body. When it comes to your skin nothing is more important than choosing the correct skincare products to keep it healthy, and given the industrious process used to produce many of the commonly known soaps, it's not a surprise that most contain questionable chemicals, dyes, and fragrances, being “casual toxins” that you and your family are exposed to.Many soaps that you purchase from the supermarket or pharmacy are too rough for the skin and contain synthetic fragrance and...

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Crueity-Free, All Natural Hair Care

When it’s gone, it’s gone! There’s nothing at the end to throw away, so this is the perfect zero-waste hair care routine product, where you’ll avoid any plastic bottles or any waste!Switching to all natural shampoo and conditioner bars is not only better for the environment; it's also better for your hair!Try our entire bar hair product line and our GRO Hair Elixir for added intense deep conditioning.#allnaturalhaircare #allnatural #vegan #hemp #hempoil #shampoobar #purpleshampoo #hairconditioner #conditionerbar #crueltyfree

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The Future is Plastic-Free

We aim to send nothing to a landfill. We reduce what we need, reuse as much as we can, send little to be recycled, and compost what we cannot.The average American sends 4.4lbs of trash to the landfill every day. We live in a disposable society where we don’t value our belongings, and we’re consuming way too many resources.Beyond our overconsumption problem, landfills are toxic. They’re responsible for 20% of the methane emissions in the US, and they aren’t aerated for proper decomposition of natural materials. Toxins from cleaners, batteries, small electronics (and other items that shouldn’t be landfilled) leach into the soil and can run off into the ocean and ground water when it rains.#Reduce #Reuse #Recycle

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