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Vermont Soap Unveils Natural Body Foam

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Vermont Soap has unveiled its natural Body Foam line that is mild and made with organic oils.

"A quick pump of the hi-tech foamer device on the top of the bottle aerates organic liquid castile soap into a frothy handful of foam," says Larry Plesent, president and founder. "The all-natural foaming process, which puts the liquid soap through a series of tiny screens and mixes it with air is safe, nontoxic and does not use any added propellants or chemicals."

Bath Foam begins with a base of saponified organic coconut, olive and jojoba oils, and soothing organic aloe vera. Rosemary extract is used as a natural preservative. Pure essential oils provide each variety with anl aromatherapy scent, and there is an unscented variety. Vermont Soap Body Foam has a soft vegetable oil soap feel and is mild and hypoallergenic so it won't dry out skin.

The Body Foam comes in nine varieties: Lemongrass Zen, Lavender Ecstasy, Sweetgrass, Sweet Orange, Peppermint Magic, Patchouli Rose, Pine Woods, Tea Tree Mint and Unscented. The suggested retail price is $9.98 for each 18-ounce pump bottle.

Body Foam is completely natural and made from renewable vegetable and botanical sources. "As an organic castile liquid soap based product, Vermont Soap Body Foam is guaranteed to be free of the synthetic colors, fragrances, preservatives and animal by-products found in mass-marketed foams and soaps," says Plesent. 

Vermont Soap does not test their products on animals. Vermont Soap's non-GMO manufacturing operation is certified as an U.S. Department of Agriculture organic processing facility. The eco-friendly soapmaker has re-invented itself since a fire destroyed its manufacturing plant in June 2014.

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