Wild Woozle Soap Company creates temptation in the form of luxurious, handmade bath and body products, crafted with fine ingredients, for customers worldwide who want to pamper their bodies and soothe their spirits. The decadent and delicious smelling potions combine exotic natural ingredients, aromatherapy benefits, and creative perfumery to add a little unadulterated bliss to daily necessities.
We try to do more things right than wrong. We grow own organic food, restore more soil than we destruct. Do our efforts make enough difference? Don’t know…We will just keep trying. We simply want the life without poisons for ourselves, you, the soil and animals.
That’s why we started the Natural Clothing Company. Natural fibers like hemp, flax, bamboo are long lasting, practical, never out of style, safe for skin and health. Their seeds and oils have long known benefits, they grow well without pesticides and the fiber is naturally superior in strength and durability. They are breatheable, do not absorb odors and deter bacteria. That is not true for commercial textiles of our disposable and throw-away culture.
When we test products, we first look for only the purest botanical ingredients. We avoid any petroleum distillates and questionable fixatives. We seek products that use only the finest natural or organic herbs and extracts, pure essential oils and organic fruit and nut oils, and organic butters. Our next test is a very personal one. We use the products we’ve selected on ourselves, our friends, and our families before we offer them to you. If anyone who is testing a product reports a negative response (other than a preference for or against scents), we do not offer that product.
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Since 1984, we have been supplying shops and retail customers in the U.S.with high quality, handcrafted clothing, jewelry, textiles, and paper. We import directly from small cottage industries in Nepal, including development projects working to improve the lives of Tibetan refugees and women.
Our goal has always been to support work that enhances people’s lives and traditions. We work directly with the
producers as a team, expanding each others’ talents and ideas. It is rewarding to work with such skilled artisanswho enjoy
what they do and to know that they realize a fair return for their work.
Ojoba Collective was started in 2003 as a means to help poor villagers in West Africa gain a fair wage for their crafts. Working as teachers in a rural village in Ghana gave us an up-close look at the challenges faced by local people in West Africa. Most live at a very subsistence level, and often go hungry, or cannot afford basic needs like health care and school fees. We realized that one of the biggest obstacles to development in the region was a basic lack of financial resources. We met so many wonderful, talented, and hardworking people, but there was just simply not enough economic opportunities for them to improve their situations.