All-natural Organic Yerba Mate And Organic Aloe Vera Exfoliating Soaps Will Help “Save Your Skin™”

It is not all soap that is the same. Consumers don’t realize that many brand-name soaps contain beef fat, artificial chemicals, and additives, many of which are tested on animals. This is the opinion of Scott Cecil, President of Save Your WorldTM, a personal care products company. In mass production processes, many soap companies eliminate glycerin, thereby decreasing its natural moisturizing effect, Cecil says, using nonorganic, nonrenewable resources.

“We believe that consumers need to look for natural, sustainable, and renewable products that are safe and effective,” Cecil says at Noelle Wagner, Whole Foods Market’s Midwest Regional Whole Body coordinator, says a company with similar values, such as Save Your WorldTM, fits perfectly within the Whole Foods Market culture.

The Yerba Maté plant, a tropical evergreen found in South American rainforests, is a unique ingredient in Save Your WorldTM products. As well as vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B complex, carotene, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, biotin, and vitamin C complexes, it also contains 15 different amino acids, including vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B complexes, carotene, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, biotin, and vitamin C complexe.

It is reported in the September issue of Natural Health magazine that Yerba Maté can treat skin conditions like psoriasis by reducing inflammation, according to a 2005 study from Emory University School of Medicine’s Department of Dermatology. Infused with pure Organic Yerba Maté and pure Organic Aloe Vera, Save Your WorldTM has introduced the world’s first line of personal care products. It is the only green company in America with a mission statement that is as clear and concise as “One Product = One Acre of Rainforest Saved for One YearTM” in any industry or business. Save Your WorldTM’s “green” business model is based on One Product = One Acre of Rainforest Saved for One YearTM. In addition to Whole Foods stores throughout the Midwest, natural health food stores and online are all selling the products.

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