Happy Earth Day, lovelies.
I’m excited to share a recent Whole Foods purchase from a brand doing so many wonderful things for the environment and for humankind.
Pacha Soap Co. describes itself as a purpose-driven company of artisans who handcraft natural soaps to delight the senses and enhance well-being. Pacha prides itself on creating long-term, sustainable solutions that empower communities to feel good and do good.
“The earth laughs in flowers.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Pacha Soap Co sells products for the bath, hands, body, home, and hair. They also have products designed for kids. Pacha does not test on animals and offers products made in the United States with vitamin-rich, naturally-derived global ingredients. Pacha Soap Co’s French soap shops boost local economies and provide employment in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Pacha Soap Co’s RAISE THE BAR® Highlights
- Donated 5,528,767 bar soaps
- Educated 130,313 people about hygiene
- Provided 9,000 people with access to water
- Created 113 livelihoods
French Lavender Bar Soap
I purchased Pacha Soap Co’s French Lavender blend. Lavender is such a calming, simple scent that I return to time and time again. The bar soap is vegan and gluten-free with natural scents derived from essential oil and sustainably harvested purple Brazilian clay.
How to Use
To get the most from Pacha Soap Co’s French Lavender bar soap, first, wet your skin and the bar. Rub the bar on the desired area of your body, lathering the suds for a few moments before washing off with warm water. Store the bar in a cool, dry place to prolong the life of your soap.
Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil*º†, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Kernel Oil*º†, Water, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oilº, Sodium Hydroxide**, Butyrospermum Parkii (Unrefined Shea) Butterº^, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oilº, Fragrance (Natural), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Kaolin (Purple Brazilian Clay)†, Titanium Dioxide, Ultramarine, Iron Oxides
*Organic †Sustainably Sourced ºNon-GMO ^Wild Harvested from Ghana
**None remains after saponification
Have you ever tried products from Pacha Soap Co? Let me know in the comments!
Candace Aliké Smith is a content writer and journaling enthusiast based in North Texas. She founded this site in 2015 to help women of color reclaim their vitality through self-care and self-reflection. Read Candace’s journal entries, and follow her content on holistic beauty, mental wellness, herbs and essential oils, non-toxic products, healthy libations, and wellness travel.
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