Natural Handmade Soap Start Up Herb’N Eden Incorporates Herbs Into Soaps
Herb’N Eden is an all natural handmade soap startup company, based in Atlanta, Georgia, founded by Terran Lewis. She started with a curiosity for herbs and wanting to find a craft. Then Terran stumbled across a craft book in Barnes & Noble that included soapmaking. From that day she was hooked knowing that she could incorporate herbs into soaps. Herbs are powerful healers and what better way to get your daily dose of herbs in the shower or while taking a bath.
A business was born from combining herbs with soaps and from then Herb’N Eden set out to be an alternative to commercial soaps. A lot of the soaps on the market use harmful ingredients that are not the best for your skin. Terran Lewis hand picks each ingredient to help deal with skin problems many of us have like:
- red spots
One of the best things in the soaps are the essential oils used. Again most people are familiar with fragrance oils as compared to essential oils which are the natural essence of the plant. Take for example their most popular bar: the Activated Charcoal, which is paired with peppermint essential oil. The combination of the two ingredients makes for a powerful detoxing soap. The Activated Charcoal pulls out toxins as the peppermint essential oil opens the pores leaving you with a fresh, cleansing feeling.
If you are looking for an all-natural alternative to commercial soaps at an affordable price, then look no further than Herb’N Eden. You can find their online store at www.herbneden.com to place an order or to find out more about the company. They also give a free sampler (which is available only online) so you can try them, you just have to pay the shipping cost. Once you experience Herb’N Eden, you’ll want to subscribe to get them delivered monthly without having to think about it.
If you live in the Atlanta or metro Atlanta area you can catch Herb’N Eden at local markets. Tuesday’s at Ponce City Market, Thursday at East Atlanta, and Sunday’s at Lithonia Farmers Market.
Nuwla contributor Quinton Lewis
Edited by David P Fenelus