Thursday, October 13, 2016

When is Soap a Life Saving Product? When it Comes from H2H!

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received these products. free of charge,from H2H, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about them,  all opinions are my own.

Sodium Lauroyl Isethionate, Stearic Acid, Sodium Tallowate, Lauric Acid, Sodium Stearate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Tetrasodium Edta 

Does any of that sound like SOAP to you?

It should.

Because unless you are using an all natural brand, those chemical compounds are IN your soap. Meaning they ARE the ingredients.

Go ahead, take a minute and get the hebbie jeebies over with.

You know I've going to offer you a better solution, right?

heath to humanity logo

Health 2 Humanity (H2H) soaps are made of about 8 ingredients, all of which you can pronounce: extra virgin olive oil, palm kernel oil, coconut oil, soybean oil, castor oil, shea butter, water, and African Ribbon Lily. Which means these soaps are perfect for the entire family! And did I mention they come in some YUMMY scents? They do! They come in four scents: Peppermint, Lemon, Lavender, and Unscented

h2h soaps

We were sent Lemon and Peppermint scents to check out. 

Now ya'll KNOW that Miss Grace is a peppermint-holic, right? She took one whiff of the peppermint bar and got a dreamy look in her eyes and declared it ALL hers! Then once she read the back of the wrapper, declared that she wanted to purchase bars for her friends for Christmas! Why did reading the label make her declare that?

Because, even better than the incredible smell, the best part about H2H’s soaps (well aside from the all-natural ingredients too), is that ALL (let me repeat that, ALL!!) proceeds go to help Health 2 Humanity Global. develop soap businesses in third world countries (currently, Health 2 Humanity Global has set up 12 locations throughout Kenya, Uganda, and Ghana.), providing local communities with hygiene solutions, that help to cut illness rates by over 25% in sponsored areas. That's 1.4 MILLION deaths that can be prevented. Staggering, isn't it?

h2h stats

Health 2 Humanity Global financially supports the starting of the international business as they get off the ground. Providing initial salaries and manufacturing training. After training is complete, soap is then donated to their chosen orphanages every month. The rest is sold to the community at an affordable cost. These programs develop people who are then equipped to develop the world, one community at a time. When these international programs succeed, not only is the economy boosted, but we are one step closer to global health equality. And THAT is a change we can all LOVE!

Not to mention, how well these soaps CLEAN, and leave your skin feeling soft and not weighted down by any chemicals sitting on your skin. Rather the essential oils work with the shea butter and lilt, to enrich your skin! And that lemon scent? It's a lovely eye opening for your morning shower to get you ready and charged for the day! The soaps really seem to LAST too! 

 All the H2H soaps are 100% natural, vegan, non-GMO, and are $5.99 each. You can purchase them online (they even have a monthly subscription plan!) or at a handful of stores out West! The soap is the PERFECT gift for gift giving (with their lovely black and white wrappers), as every much gives SO much, and your recipient will love the soap SO much too, that they'll repurchase, and a domino effect will happen, and we truly CAN change the world, one bar of soap at a time! And that is a feeling that everyone loves!

About the founder:

John Cefalu has been traveling around the world setting up H2H locations since he was a freshman at Chapman University. His work with committed entrepreneurs around the world has given him a broad vision for how he sees the world of business. John was unhappy with many aspects of traditional charity work, so he created Health 2 Humanity Global to start our “Fight Against Giving”. John’s story started with his passion for the people that he ran into on his first mission trip to Kenya in 2012, and this passion is still the driving force behind the work we do today!

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