All-Natural Organic Yerba Mate, Organic Aloe Vera Exfoliating Soaps Will Save Your Skin
All soaps are not created equal. Most consumers have no idea that many popular, brand-name soaps contain beef fat, as well as artificial chemicals and additives that are often tested on animals, according to Scott Cecil, President of personal care products company Save Your World.
And many soap companies use non-organic, non-renewable resources in mass production processes that exclude glycerin from their final products, therefore decreasing its natural moisturizing effect, Cecil says.
According to Cecil, "We believe that consumers need to look for safe, yet effective products from natural, sustainable and renewable sources."
"A company that shares our values, like Save Your World, fits perfectly into the Whole Foods Market culture," says Noelle Wagner, Midwest Regional Whole Body coordinator.
Yerba Mate, an evergreen plant that grows in the shade of the rainforests in South America, is a unique ingredient found in all Save Your World products. It contains nearly all of the vitamins needed to sustain life, including vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B complex, carotene, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, biotin, and vitamin C complex, in addition to 15 different amino acids.
The September issue of Natural Health magazine reports that according to a 2005 study from the Department of Dermatology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Yerba Mate has an anti-inflammatory effect that may help treat skin disorders like psoriasis.
Save Your World is the first American company to introduce a full line of personal care products infused with pure Organic Yerba Mate and pure Organic Aloe Vera. Save Your World is the only green company in America in any business or industry to have an environmentally friendly mission statement as clear and concise as: "One Product = One Acre of Rainforest Saved for One Year."
One Product = One Acre of Rainforest Saved for One Year is the cornerstone of Save Your World's "green" business model.
Products are available for sale at Whole Foods stores in the Midwest, online and through a variety of local natural health food stores.