Using your leftover soymilk and tofu cartons was never this fun! The environmentally conscious can now recycle in a new, creative way with Bramble Berry Inc., a provider of the highest quality ingredients for making personalized soaps.
When deciding what to add to your soap, think green! Herbs, oatmeal, coffee, spirulina, clay and charcoal each add a specific enhancement to the skin through their naturally occurring properties.
With easy-to-follow recipes, Bramble Berry's eco chic soap can transform even the most novice crafters into "green" mini-Marthas.
To make Eco Friendly Soap visit Bramble Berry for the recipe or click on this link.
Anne-Marie Faiola, founder of Bramble Berry teaches consumers that it's easy to make your own home-made, eco chic soap with recyclable materials lying around the house such as old yogurt containers, tofu containers, soy milk cartons, or paper coffee cups.
Anne-Marie points out that the eco ingredient combinations are endless! Start with used coffee grounds for a "jolt in the morning" soap, powdered Spirulina for a powerful vitamin and mineral packed soap, or soothing herbs such as lavender and chamomile to make a welcoming soap for the guest bathroom.
Why anyone would want to use store bought soap (usually packed with harsh chemicals and skin-drying ingredients) when they can make their own all natural, healthy soap AND help save the environment?
Bramble Berry Soap Making Supplies offers an extremely extensive selection of soapmaking products for everyone from the weekend hobbyist up to high-volume professional soap makers. The entire line of soap making supplies is hand-picked for quality and value and all fragrance oils are tested in both cold process and melt and pour recipes before they receive a Bramble Berry label.
For more information refer to BrambleBerry.com located at: http://www.brambleberry.com/
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