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Which Soap Works For You?

January 31, 2012

One of our most popular products here at Better Bulk is neither bulk nor a food. It is, however, natural, and it smells FANTASTIC! If you’ve never checked it out, follow your nose to our selection of Soap Works soaps!

Each Soap Works bar is made with natural ingredients, many of which are all-vegetable, and each has different benefits associated with it. None of the soaps or ingredients are tested on animals.

Those of you familiar with our soap stock will notice a new member in our lineup, the lovely blue Pumice Soap. It comes with the highest recommendation by our friend Jack, a contractor from Jack of All Trades.

Pumice Soap is good for deep cleaning. It is recommended for gardeners, mechanics, smokers, and of course, contractors.

Hemp Oil Soap is anti-aging, and a source of Omega 3, 6, and Gamma-linolenic fatty acids

Tea Tree Oil Soap is a mild astringent. It is non-irritating, antiseptic, and anti-fungal.

Carbolic Soap is anti-bacterial and antiseptic. It can be used to fight acne, as a deodorant, and repels mosquitos.

Olive Oil Soap is ideal for face, body, and shaving.

Oatmeal Soap is a gentle exfoliator for a good complexion.

The Shampoo & Conditioner bar uses no detergents, and aloe vera as conditioner.

Sea Kelp Soap uses North Atlantic Sea Kelp, which is a great source of vitamins, organic minerals, and amino acids.

Liquid Glycerine Soap is perfect for those with allergies or sensitive skin.

Goat Milk Soap is good for those with eczema, psoriasis, or dry and sensitive skin.

Camomile Soap is an herbal treatment for normal to oily skin.

Cucumber & Calendula Soap is a cleanser, toner, and anti-inflammatory.

Bee Pollen Soap is made from pure bee pollen, a natural source of vitamins, minerals, protein, amino acids, hormones, and enzymes.

And last, but certainly not least, Aloe Vera With Vitamin E Soap. This is a very healing and soothing soap.

So come in and try one or all of Soap Works’ fantastic soaps! They’re free from the harmful chemicals you find in so many products these days (no sodium laurel, lauryl, laureth sulphate, or phosphates). Your skin is your largest organ, so take care of it as you would any of your others.

 

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