NEW Lower Price! It’s not often you hear of a business lowering their prices these days, but at Vermont Soap we’re doing just that for YOU. Organic palm oil prices have been dropping lately. The result is real cost savings … Continued
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Truth about GMOs explained in new educational cartoon for the whole family. Have fun! From InfomaticFilms.com and sponsored by NaturalNews.com, this new animated cartoon covers all the basics on why GMOs are dangerous.
Environmental journalist and blogger, Debra Atlas writes: Cold winter weather wreaks havoc with our skin. Over the years I’ve tried numerous remedies — from moisturizing skin lotions to using mayonnaise for dry cracked hands. Thankfully, I’ve found better, healthier solutions. … Continued
You may consider yourself an expert on alcohol and experiment with it daily. But did you know that TOPICAL alcohol must always be poisoned before it is bottled and used? Recreational drinking alcohol or ethanol is a huge source of … Continued
Vermont Soap makes the list on Organic Eater’s “Top 12 List of Things to Buy” VERMONT SOAP ORGANICS is my absolute favorite soap now! They have completely won me and my family over! The Lemongrass Zen is THE best smelling lemongrass … Continued
Vermont Soap’s organic palm oil supplier – Agropalma Brazil – scored at the very top on Greenpeace’s Palm Oil Producers’ scorecard. Click here for more information.
Presented by Larry Plesent and Sandy Lincoln with assistance from Ezra Nkrumah This manual was created based on experience in the field at Asawinso Village, Western Region, Ghana, with the Asawinso Cooperative Oil Palm Millers Association (COPAMA), and sponsored by … Continued
Just below the Great Sahara Desert lies a broad swath of the African Savannah lands. Outside of the rainy season, this is one of the harshest, driest, dustiest places on earth. Brutal sun, wind, and the Hamatan dust take a … Continued
Previous “Ingredient of the Month” columns have focused on topical ingredients to avoid, generally petrochemical based materials and specific preservatives like Triclosan ™ and Butyl Parabens. Let’s talk some GOOD ingredients to look for, like plant-based vegetable oils. Remember; “Good … Continued
Vermont Soap switches to corrugated cardboard packing material to replace bubble wrap. We’ve had it with bubble wrap! Vermont Soap was spending over $2,000/yr on single use, petroluem based bubble wrap and it was driving us crazy! One day we … Continued