Top 5 Fun Facts About Our Sunflower Soaps
We’re very excited about our new line of sunflower soaps, and we think you will be too. As our most versatile product yet, these soaps offer a single solution for practically all your household cleaning and personal care needs. Read on to find out more about the soaps that will change the way you stock your cleaning cabinet.
Made using the traditional Castilian soap method.
Our sunflower soaps are authentic Castile-type soaps, made from the traditional method of using plant oils. Castilian soap recipes were invented a long time ago in the Castile region of Spain. Back in those days, people only had one type of soap to do everything from washing their hands to doing their dishes and cleaning the floors.
Can be used for bodies, food AND floors!
As Castile-type soap, our liquid sunflower soaps can be used for practically anything! Some popular uses include washing clothes, dishes, floors, bodies and veggies. Not sure how to use them? Learn more now.
Made with Canadian grown sunflower seed oil.
We chose to make our Castile soaps using locally harvested organic sunflower seed oil instead of the olive oil that is traditionally used in Castile soap recipes. The oil is rich in antioxidants like vitamin E and carotenoids, and we blend it with coconut oil for a gentle, silky lather that leaves your skin feeling fresh and soft.
So pure, you can use it to bathe in lakes and rivers!
Our Castile sunflower soaps are chemical-free and entirely biodegradable, making them gentle on you and on the environment.
Available in liquid or bar soap, scented or unscented!
At Green Beaver, we like to offer a wide variety of products that will suit anyone’s needs. With our new line of sunflower soaps, we made sure to provide a number of variations such as liquid and bar soaps that are scented using essential oils, or non-scented versions for an even gentler clean.
Alain Ménard, microbiologist, co-founded The Green Beaver Company with biochemist Karen Clark. They were both appalled by the amount of chemicals found in kid’s shampoos, bubble baths and other products. With their new family in mind, they decided to do something about it. They left the pharmaceutical and pesticide industry behind to create healthier natural products. Alain regularly gives seminars on the potential health risks and environmental hazards associated with the chemicals found in everyday personal care products.