introducing fresh aloe & avocado soap!

available at the online boutique: www.goodcleansoap.com

oh how we love growing our own aloe vera plants & infusing fresh aloe right into our soap!

also i thought we might show a little comparison for you:

below is good. clean. soap.’s aloe & avocado soap and here is the list of ingredients:  coconut, soy & olive oils, distilled water, sodium hydroxide, avocado oil & freshly cut aloe vera…that’s it!

and here a well known manufactured “Aloe Soap’s” (this soap is known as being 99.4% “pure”) ingredients:  Sodium Tallowate (animal fats) And/Or Sodium Palmate, Water, Sodium Cocoate And/Or Sodium Palm Kernelate, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride (salt), Fragrance (can be one or more of 200 chemicals. Companies don’t have to disclose the actual components of each fragrance, under the guise that their fragrances are trade secrets.) Coconut Acid*, Palm Kernel Acid*, Tallow Acid*, Palm Acid*, Tetrasodium EDTA (is a preservative that’s made from the known carcinogen, formaldehyde and sodium cyanide)

also you will notice that many manufactured “soaps” is not even labeled soap…it is labeled “bars, or beauty bars”

well this is just a sample of how all natural soap is oh so different than manufactured soap. that’s why it’s so important to read the ingredients and not just the front label. And if you have questions about our products please don’t hesitate to email goodcleansoap@gmail.com we would love the chance to talk with you about natural skincare! we want you to be as educated about what you put in your body as what you put on it.

 

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