Sow Good NPA Certified Bath has Arrived!
We're thrilled to be offering our entire line of NPA Certified bath products on our online store at www.SowGoodBeauty.com. Since the products are new, they might be a little hard to find at retail but, if you want to try them, why wait?
I know that there are a lot of bath brands in the naturals market and it can be difficult to decide between them. I mean, how can you tell what’s different or better from one product to another? Hopefully I can help by giving you an overview of our products so you can see what’s so good about Sow Good. I know, that’s a lot of “so”. :)
All of our Sow Good bath products are:
• FREE OF sulfates, phthalates, parabens, propylene glycol, artificial color, gluten and petrochemicals
• Vegan, pH skin compatible, not tested on animals and biodegradable
Plus every product is certified by the Natural Product Association. The Natural Product Association is the nation’s largest and oldest non-profit organization dedicated to the natural products industry. To earn the NPA seal, we had to demonstrate that our products met the requirements of natural ingredients, safety, responsibility and sustainability. We’re proud to have this seal on our products because it shows you, at a glance, that you can trust our ingredients. Of course, if you’re a hard-core ingredient expert, you can still find everything listed on our packaging and online on our product pages.
Finally, we’re so proud that all of our Sow Good bath products are made in the USA in our own manufacturing facility in Rouses Point, NY. We’re located on the shores of Lake Champlain, just a bridge away from Vermont, on the US/Canadian border. It’s a great community, right outside the Adirondack Park, and a naturally beautiful area. But even if you can’t visit us here, you can definitely visit us online. Stop in at www.SowGoodBeauty.com and let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you, especially if you’ve tried our products. Do you love them as much as we do? Do you have any comments or suggestions? Let us know!<< Back