This giveaway has ended.
It’s been a while since I have given away some products on the site, so I was thrilled when Jeremy from Green Virgin Products got in touch with me last month about his soap nut liquid and other skincare items. He has generously offered to give one lucky reader of The Good Human a prize package of a few of his best products, and I will go over the details of that in a little bit. But first, a little bit about the company…
Started by Ken & Lola Marion in 2009, Green Virgin Products sells only non-toxic, eco-friendly products that don’t cost more than the “standard” toxic products found on grocery shelves. Soap nuts, moringa oils, non-toxic cleaners, deodorants and soaps, along with several other products, fill out their line of items made with the highest quality ingredients possible.
Jeremy sent me a small package filled with the company’s soap nut laundry detergent liquid, some Moringa Oleifera oil, a deodorant stone, and a bar of their soap, all for me to give a try. Here’s what I thought:
Soap Nuts Liquid – I have tried soap nuts off and on over the years for washing my clothes, and sometimes they have done a good job and sometimes not. I have never tried it in liquid form, so was kinda excited to see how it work. Turns out, it does what it says it does; it cleans your clothes. Made from USDA certified organic Sapindus Mukorossi, the liquid smells vaguely “nature-ish” (is that a saying?) and most assuredly better than fake fragrance found in most laundry soaps. One 8 oz bottle is enough for 120 high-efficiency laundry loads and retails for $18.
Moringa Oleifera Oil – This was already stolen by my significant other and taken to her bathroom. According to Green Virgin Products, Moringa Oil has more vitamins, minerals, proteins, antioxidents and amino-acids than any other food, and other websites tout its use for acne, moisturizer, massage, stronger hair, dandruff, and even nervous system soothing. I can’t vouch for any of them other than I can say it’s a good moisturizer for sure, and it smells pretty good too. A 4oz 100% certified organic bottle sells for $26.
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