Because I support companies striving toward 100% organic ingredients, and I needed a yoga mat cleaner, don't we all?, enter Vermont Soap's Yoga Mat Wash. Spray 3 x onto wet cloth and lightly scrub. In addition to all or mostly organic ingredients in Vermont's products, they use no petroleum. I like that.
Did you know many soaps use petroleum? Most soaps use ingredients like kerosene and gasoline. True. And to think I wear gloves when pumping gas to avoid gasoline (and germs) and then slather on soap not always mindful of the ingredients.
So I also recommend Vermont Soap's Butter Bar soap. A sudsy experience, smooth skin result. 86% organic. No gasoline.
Other products from Vermont's line-up to consider:
Toothbrush Sanitizer because over 1 trillion germs are living on your toohbrush right now. Oh, dear. That's what Vermont Soap company told me when they sent a sample for review. In case it's true, I'm using this certified organic sanitizer safe for me, and dangerous for germs and bacteria. If you use, wait for sanitizer to evaporate before using your toothbrush.
In respect to my skin, I tried Vermont Soap's new Honey Love Beauty Mask and Green Gold Herbal Moisturizer. I'm not used to putting honey on my face. My face felt a bit tingly and tight at first. It's a conditioning and exfoliating facial treatment designed to keep skin healthy-looking. 95% organic ingredients.
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