Have You Heard of “Cream of Coco”? 3


*I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*

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I recently received this new “Cream of Coco” soap from “Wisdom Natural Brands”. I had no idea what the ingredients of “Cream of Coco” were, and figured that it would be from a coconut, etc. When I got it, it didn’t smell anything like a coconut and actually had a lavendar/herb scent to it, which was really enjoyable. Not too potent, and just smelled clean. I did some research on the ingredients and found that it’s actually from a nut on the Mbocaya tree and is more like a palm tree.

I’ve been using the “Cream of Coco” soap now for a couple of days and don’t remember having my skin feel so clean after using a soap.  Some of the times, you’ll get that “squeaky clean” feel, but then it dries out your skin.  I got that feeling with this soap and have had really soft and moisturized skin all night and the next day.  I would really cocorecommend this product and hope that more bath products will soon be made out of this nut.  I think a shampoo or conditioner would also be wonderful using this.  I figure that anything that is beneficial to your skin is worth it!

The other thing I love about it is the case that the “Cream of Coco” came in – what a great use of recycled materials and even something that I’m going to reuse for a small gift enclosure for Christmas.  I love it!!

Be sure to keep reading to find out more about the product, and also how to win one – or get a great deal on some if you don’t want to wait!


About the Product

cocoCream of Coco is a natural soap originating in the heart of the Paraguayan forest. It’s made from the “Mbocaya,” an edible nut that grows on the Paraguayan coco tree, which is in the palm family and NOT a coconut tree. This soap is sustainably produced to preserve the rainforest and use every part of the fruit. You can bathe, shampoo and achieve a close, clean shave with this luxurious body cleanser. It softens and revitalizes skin and is ideal for hand-washing delicate fabrics, too! Cleanse your body … Save the planet.

coco_soap__07991.1410735514.1280.1280For a limited time, environmentally conscious Wisdom Natural Brands® has re-released their sustainable soap called Cream of Coco™. Made with no synthetic foaming agents, thickeners, preservatives, fragrances or dyes, the soap is wrapped up and delivered to consumers in 100% recyclable packaging. Produced with the least amount of ingredients possible, Cream of Coco raises the bar for consumers searching for natural, skin sensitive shower and bath products.

Inside the fruit of the Mbocaya tree is an edible nut. That nut, which looks and tastes like coconut, is used to make the Cream of Coco™ soap. These unique trees grow only in the rich, lush rainforest of Paraguay.

Wisdom Natural Brands hopes Cream of Coco soap gives users a pleasurable and fulfilling cleansing experience and also provides an earth-friendly, cruelty-free option. The soap is not tested on animals. The combination of pure Mbocaya nut oil with three other simple ingredients creates a unique soap that cleans effectively without aggressive chemicals, perfumes or dyes. The soap has been used for more than 2,000 years by native Paraguayans.

Each bar is hand-cut, so variations in color and shape may occur, giving the natural soap yet another unique quality. Cream of Coco is as refreshing as the soft rains of the Paraguayan rainforest!

 


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About Wisdom Natural Brands®

cocoGilbert, Arizona-based Wisdom Natural Brands® is the parent company of two highly respected consumer brands: SweetLeaf Stevia® Sweetener and Wisdom of the Ancients® herbal teas. SweetLeaf® is the natural stevia sweetener with zero calories, zero carbohydrates and zero glycemic index. The only stevia brand to be named a Top Wellness Company and to win 13 global taste and innovation awards, SweetLeaf is sold in boxes containing 35 or 70 packets, as well as in SweetLeaf Stevia Plus® Shaker Bottles for easy home use and SweetLeaf SteviaTabs™ Dissolvable Tablets for on-the-go use. SugarLeaf™, also by Wisdom, bonds stevia with raw cane sugar for a low-calorie sugar alternative perfect for baking and cooking. SweetLeaf® Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops™ add flavor without calories or carbohydrates to favorite foods and beverages, and Sweet Drops Water Enhancers add natural flavor to still or sparkling water. For more information about SweetLeaf products, recipes and more, visit www.SweetLeaf.com.

Wisdom of the Ancients herbal teas, from energizing Yerba Maté Royale® to calming Rooibos and Sympacho come in a variety of refreshing flavors. Select varieties are also available with a touch of calorie-free stevia sweetener.

SweetLeaf and Wisdom of the Ancients products can be purchased online at ShopSweetLeaf.com or at grocery and health food stores throughout the U.S. and Canada.


I, Jamie Tomkins, own and operate TigerStrypes Blog located at www.tigerstrypes.com. From time to time you’ll hear about my real life experiences with products and/or services from companies and individuals. Let it be known that I have no affiliation with these said companies, and have not received compensation for reviewing their service/product. The service/product was given to me by the company or any agents of the company. The review that I give regarding the product/service is based off my own personal experience, I do not guarantee that your experience will be the same.

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I have never heard of Cream of Coco until now. It sounds very nice and I’d love to try it! I’ve never really used any type of natural soaps that I’m aware of. Thanks for the chance to try this!!

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I have been told that I have skin like a snake – scaly, lol… So I could probably use this soap!