By: Health 2 Humanity  04/23/2015
Keywords: Vocational Rehabilitation, Career & Vocational Counseling, Vocational Counseling

There’s soap… and then there’s natural SOAP. That type of soap that doesn’t make your skin dry after using it. That kind of soap that makes you warm and fuzzy and leaves you feeling legitimately clean after washing your hands, face, or body with it. And then, there’s the smile you make after every wash when you realize that the bar of soap in your hand is giving four bars of soap to orphans, helping start new businesses and save lives. Health 2 Humanity’s premium natural soaps are made of ingredients found in nature, not cooked up in labs, including Saponified Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Saponified Palm Oil, Saponified Coconut Oil, Saponified Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Distilled Water, and Natural Glycerin. We mold these ingredients together in our humble shop in Tahoe, California to create incredibly moisturizing five-ounce bars. Each bar of Health 2 Humanity soap is infused with a subtle aroma that plays tribute to our West Coast heritage, beginning with the lavender Alpine meadows that surround our home in Tahoe with our Lavender Vanilla bars. Our Blue Sage & Lemon fragrance highlights the natural chaparral of Southern California, while the thick lather of our Sea Mist offers scents of waves pounding below the cliffs of Big Sur. Last but certainly not least, our Citrus Breeze bars pay tribute to the long-lost citrus groves of Orange County, where the idea for Health 2 Humanity first started in a dorm room. Health 2 Humanity’s homemade soap recipe incorporates the same techniques we perfected right here in the U.S.A. and that we teach to young entrepreneurs throughout Africa. The technique is simple: Combine the best ingredients possible through a little hard work and come out with a bar of natural soap that not only moisturizes the skin, but helps make the world a better place.

Keywords: Career & Vocational Counseling, Vocational Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation

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