True Body Unscented Facial Soap (2 x 3.5 oz) - 2 Bars (7 oz.)
True Body Unscented Facial Soap is rich in emollients and anti-oxidants to moisturize, soothe and soften. True Body Unscented Facial Soap is unscented—which means there's no added ingredient to mask any naturally occurring scent. True Body Unscented Facial Soap makes a great lather and lasts a long time. True Body Unscented Facial Soap 2-pack provides better value while minimizing packaging.
Many people have asked if True Body's Original Soap is good for face washing, they've always said yes, but people might want to use something that has a little moisturizer in it. Then they realized it, they could make a facial soap that contained moisturizers. And here it is...True Body hopes you like it.
True Body Unscented Facial Soap is tested on humans, but no other animals. True Body Unscented Facial Soap contains no animal by-products, so synthetic ingredients and no added fragrances or colors.
True Body is an Eco-Friendly company
True Body Unscented Facial Soap is packaged in materials made from 100% post-consumer recycled material. Please keep the cycle going. Please recycle True Body packaging, rather than discarding.
About True Body
True Body Story
Their products was started by three friends who wanted to make good, healthy products at a fair price. They designed it to be the kind of company they've always wanted to work for — one where a commitment to useful products, happy people, strong community and a thriving planet supports the pursuit of a healthy bottom line.
True Body Mission
- Their mission is to make products that:
- Contribute to a healthy lifestyle
- Are manufactured, packaged, marketed, distributed, used and disposed of in ways that are kind to the Earth
- Are fairly priced and widely accessible
True Body Values
- Authenticity: They are committed to truthfulness of origins, uses, commitments and intentions as they relate to their products, their actions and their relationships. To the best of their ability, they go about their business in a way that comes from their true personal and organizational core, not from ego, greed, or power.
- Mutual Accountability and Participation: We strive to make realistic promises, and then do our best to keep those promises. We ask our stakeholders to do the same. They invite participation from all of their stakeholders in the process of continually improving their products and their approaches.
- Robust Economics: They view money and profits as necessary and vital to achieving their mission, for without financial success, they will not fully actualize their social and environmental goals. Their customers, vendors, employees, and management must participate fairly in the chain of commerce, with advantage to all and exploitation of none.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Are True Body coconut oil and palm oil from sustainable sources?
Coconut oil is a highly sustainable resource and does not hold the environmental threat that palm oil poses. The huge demand for palm oil for biodiesel production is driving the massive clear-cutting of rainforests in Malaysia and Indonesia to set up palm oil plantations. And while True Body's formula does include a small amount of palm oil, it is sourced from members of the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil.
Is there caustic lye (sodium hydroxide) in True Body soap?
Lye (sodium hydroxide) is used in the saponification process and there is absolutely no trace of it left in the finished product.
Does True Body Facial Soap really have no scent?
There is no added fragrance and no masking agent added to hide any scent. Most people report they don’t smell a thing.
Does True Body Facial Soap come in other scents?
No—but they do also make TrueBody Soap, which is a basic, everyday bar of soap.
Does True Body make the Facial Soap themselves (home/hand made)?
They wanted to make this in large enough quantities to reach many people so it’s made at Twincraft, a world-class contract manufacturer in Winooski, Vermont. Using mass production techniques also helps them keep costs down.
The True Promise
They promise — to themselves and to anyone who has a relationship with their company (consumers, retailers, investors, vendors etc.) — that they will do their best to stay true to themselves, to their mission and to their values. If you believe in them and what they’re doing, they ask you trust them to keep this promise, and to help them toward that end in whatever way you feel appropriate.