The Soaps That Are Truly Or­ganic

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There are no in­dus­try stan­dards over the word “or­ganic” in cos­met­ics in Sin­ga­pore. What might be con­sid­ered or­ganic here may not be so else­where. That’s why cer­ti­fi­ca­tion from a recog­nised author­ity is needed.

With its range of The Blessed Soaps, Na­ture’s Glory is Sin­ga­pore’s first home-grown brand to have its prod­ucts cer­ti­fied by the Na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion for Sus­tain­able Agri­cul­ture Aus­tralia. Ev­ery el­e­ment in its soaps is chem­i­ca­land toxin-free.

The soap bases are made of or­ganic, food-grade co­conut, olive and sun­flower oils. Cer­ti­fiedor­ganic es­sen­tial oils are used as fra­grances; they are ex­tracted through only steam dis­til­la­tion or cold-press­ing, without added chem­i­cals.

In fact, so nat­u­ral are the for­mu­las that they are not only safe for ba­bies, the in­gre­di­ents also nour­ish the skin – like food for the body, says Peter Lim, founder of Na­ture’s Glory. The soaps come in five scents and cost from $15.

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