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What do bar soap and liquid stevia have in common? Wisdom Natural Brands! This company has created a sustainable all-natural soap bar as well as a liquid stevia brand, SweetLeaf.
Cream of Coco is a sustainable soap that is made of simple and pure ingredeints. The main ingredeint, pure Mbocaya nut oil, comes from the Paraguayan Coco Tree. The tree produces Mbocaya nuts that taste like tiny coconuts. The Paraguayan Coco Tree is part of the palm family. Cream of Coco soap uses every part of the Mbocaya fruit so there is no waste.
Cream of Coco can be used to wash your face, clean your body, and wash your hair. It can also be used to hand wash fabrics! The soap is designed to clean you well, without the use of synthetic foaming agents, thickeners, or preservatives. The bar can be used in your hair, but you may need to wash a few times to see the results you desire. Cream of Coco will help strip your hair of buildup other products have left behind.
The Cream of Coco bar soap has a very sweet earthy scent to it. We are currently using it in the shower and it makes the whole bathroom smell sweet. This bar would also work great as a hand soap.
Over the holidays I took part in a Facebook campaign for Sweetleaf, a company that specializes in liquid stevia. At that time I had never had a reason to use it. Then, last month I made homemade toothpaste, and my search on Pinterest led me to recipes that included both xylitol and stevia drops for sweetness.
SweetLeaf is the natural stevia sweetener with zero calories, zero carbohydrates, is gluten-free, and has a zero glycemic response. SweatLeaf carries a variety of stevia products including liquid stevia called Sweet Drops.
While they carry flavored Sweet Drops, I was mostly interested in trying the flavorless liquid stevia, Stevia Clear. SweetLeaf Sweet Drops are made with stevia leaf extract which is USDA Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified. The drops can be used when you want to add sweetness without adding sugar. Sweetening iced tea or coffee are some of the things that come to mind when I think about using Sweet Drops. I will probably use it for making more toothpaste, but if I ever see a recipe with liquid stevia I am set!
I also got to try the new flavored WaterDrops at Natural Products Expo West, SweetLeaf’s newest product coming out this summer. The drops can be added to water or even tea, just to give it a little flavor and sweetness. The drops are sugar-free, gluten-free, and have zero calories and zero carbohydrates. You squirt the drops in your water to reach your desired taste, but a little goes a long way. I tried the Lemon Lime at Expo West and it was refreshing. I am not a huge fan of flavored waters, but I know that this is a better option for some people instead of drinking soda or buying pre-flavored waters.
You can buy these products online from the SweetLeaf website. The Cream of Coco 3 pack sell for $15.99 and the Travel Size Stevia Clear Sweet Drops are $4.39 each. SweetLeaf carries a variety of products from teas, to soap, to stevia, and so much more.
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