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4 oz. Organic Bar Soap - Sample Box of 14 Bars

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4 oz. Organic Bar Soap - Sample Box of 14 bars - (3.5 in. x 2 in. x 1 in.)

This is a sample box that contains the following varieties:

Blood Orange Bergamot
Citrus Lavender
Forest Tonic
Gardener's Hand Soap
Lavender
Lemongrass Tea
Prairie Sage (Montana Prairie)
Oatmeal Spice
Patchouli
Peppermint Leaf
Pink Grapefruit
Shea Honey Oatmeal
Thyme Garden
Unscented/Sensitive Skin

Natural ingredients (both herbs and essential oils) may vary in color depending on season and supply. These photos represent the approximate color of our soaps, but variations may occur. By choosing this product you're paying for high quality, pure ingredients, not the brand name and marketing that raise the costs of competing products that don't list ingredients.

Private labeling is available for this product for orders of 360 bars or more. Boxing and ingredient labels are also available for private label orders. Contact Us for more information.

These are 85% Organic Bar Soaps

USDA Organic Definitions
1) "100% Organic"
This means just what the name implies.

2) "Organic"
The term "organic" applies to products that contain a minimum of 95% organic contents by weight. Usually, these are products that contain a small amount of a natural preservative or processing aid that prevents them from reaching the 100% mark. For example, many fixed oils (such as palm and coconut oil) contain a trace amount of citric acid to increase their shelf life. Importantly, these trace ingredients must conform to the USDA's list of approved ingredients that can be used in organic products.3) "Made with Organic..."
"Made with Organic..." applies to products that contain a minimum of 70% organic content but do not reach the 95% mark. The USDA has determined that 70% is the minimum amount of organic content a product can have and still use the term "organic" in its labeling and marketing. Here, too, a product's ingredients that are not-certified organic must conform with the USDA's list of allowable products.

3) "Made with Organic..."
"Made with Organic..." applies to products that contain a minimum of 70% organic content but do not reach the 95% mark. The USDA has determined that 70% is the minimum amount of organic content a product can have and still use the term "organic" in its labeling and marketing. Here, too, a product's ingredients that are not-certified organic must conform with the USDA's list of allowable products.
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