Skip navigation
Every Purchase Funds Diabetes Research.
Skip navigation

Organic Tropical Infusion Soap

Item # 51180

Funds 2 % of an hour of research.

Measurements
& More Details

Please choose:




$5.00

Quantity:

 
In Stock

Roll over image to zoom in

Soothe your soul while soothing your skin with our all natural luxury organic soap bars. The organic soaps are the ideal way to gently cleanse and moisturize while providing nourishing exfoliation. Gentle enough for all skin types. Nature at its best!

Created by a father and daughter team after years of studying the flora native to their home country, El Salvador. After discovering the healing potential of many of these compounds, the duo went on to create a world-renowned company that produces high-quality, organic, and socially-responsible aromatherapy and soap products. Even the packaging is certified organic!

  • 100% certified organic soap and botanicals
  • 4.0 oz.
  • Handmade in and fairly traded from El Salvador

Created to help women worldwide gain economic security for themselves and their families by earning fair wages for their handiwork, Global Girlfriend sources women-made, fair-trade imported, eco-friendly products. By supporting long-term partnerships with the artisans, it fosters equal employment opportunities, healthy and safe working conditions, technical assistance, and development strategies to help reduce poverty, one community at a time. Become a "Global Girlfriend" and help build a brighter future for girlfriends around the globe!

For bulk pricing on these and other items, please contact our Customer Service department at customerservice@greatergood.com.

People buying this item also bought:

Dragonfly Delight Ombre Tunic

$29.95
One of our favorites!

Tie Dye Spirit Long Sleeve Top

From $26.95
WonderFunder!™

Coat of Many Colors Hooded Long Jacket

From $48.95
Buy a Coat, Give a Coat!

Diabetes Ribbon Journey Earrings

$9.95
One of our favorites!

Review count: 5

Recent reviews:

July 17, 2015 - this smells so good. I bought it for my daughterinlaw for Christmas. she loves citrus scents and she will love it!

June 10, 2015 - Smelled wonderful. I bought the lemongrass and coconut as gifts. Even though I didn't use them, I received very positive feedback.

October 14, 2014 - Love this soap ordered the coconut. This is a very pure soap with no preservatives. Nice soap for face and body with a light scent. Will be ordering more!

July 29, 2014 - I bought the coconut soap. It is very mild but I love it. Just got another one. MY skin was really smooth after using this soap.

June 30, 2013 - When I saw this I immediately ordered one of the Lemon Grass for myself and one for a friends mother who is very special to me. I love mine and she uses hers everyday and loves it :)

Artisan: Shuchil Soaps

Artisan Shuchil Soaps

The forests of El Salvador thrive with a lush diversity of native plants that locals have harvested for healing power since the days of the ancient Mayans. In San Salvador, Matilde Carillo de Palomo uses traditional Mayan recipes to create herbal soaps that soothe the body and quiet the mind. Matilde learned her craft from her father, an herbalist who spent decades studying the properties of local flora. Their company, Shuchil Soaps, creates spa-quality products from plants grown on the de Paloma farm, including hibiscus, lemon grass, vanilla, and coconut.

The company prides itself on hiring women from rural areas and paying them fair wages for the first time in their lives. One employee, Bertha Marina Miranda, asked Matilde for work several years ago because her husband's income wasn't enough to put their children through school. Matilde hired Bertha and taught her how to work with herbs and dry hibiscus and lemon grass. Today, Bertha is a master of her craft and all of her children are in school planning professional careers. Her eldest is in college studying to be a chemist.

Another employee, Reina Isabel Guerra, has worked on the Shuchil farm since the 1980s, when most local residents fled due to a devastating civil war. The de Paloma family was committed to keeping their farm despite the constant threat of guerrilla attack, and Reina was one of a handful of loyal employees who stayed on. When the war ended, Matilde's father expressed his gratitude by giving Reina and a handful of other employees each a piece of land to build on. Over twenty years later, Reina and her husband are still with the company and live in a thriving community that includes a school, health clinic, and soccer field.

Shuchil Soap's products have been given a Certified Organic designation in the United States, Germany, and Asia, and a recent grant from the Humane Society of the United States will allow a new line of organic pet shampoos to garner a USDA Certified Humane stamp.

Matilde's next project: training retired women in the craft of soapmaking to ensure their well-being in old age. "The elderly suffer from abandonment in El Salvador, and we want to help them live a life with dignity," she says. "We will also continue to teach pre-Columbian recipes used by our Indians and passed down from generation to generation."

More items from Shuchil Soaps: View all ▸

Popular Now: