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There Could Be a Rainforest in Your Shower

If a trip to the rainforest isn't in the cards, you could always bring a piece of the rainforest to you. Wembé, a new collection of handmade soaps, lets you do just that.

Made in Paraguay, the soaps ($5-9) incorporate South American ingredients such as black clay, passion fruit, and chocolate. Unsurprisingly, they smell amazingly fresh and fragrant, but they don't have that headache-causing overload. Some of the soaps sound almost good enough to eat —Yerba Mate, Dulce de Leche, and Mango among them. (Disclaimer: Don't eat soap.) My favorite is the loofah exfoliating blend, which cleans gently while whisking away dead skin.

If you're a treehugging type, you'll be glad to know that the entire line is free of petroleum products, sulfates, parabens, and synthetic fragrance and color. FYI, Wembé has a three-bar minimum order. Still, it's cheaper than a flight to the Southern Hemisphere.

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runningesq runningesq 7 years
kind of reminds me of LUSH :)
Beauty Beauty 7 years
Anonymous, yeah, I thought about that as well. I suppose it depends on how it's shipped.
miss-leanne miss-leanne 7 years
These sounds awesome, and I'm definitely wanting some!!
Hello890 Hello890 7 years
Ooooo! This soap sounds lovely! I'm always on the lookout for more natural soap alternatives. Thanks Bella! I also enjoy handmade goat milk soap, straight from the farm. :)
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