Ready For Our Earth Day Close Up!

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Earth Day 2022

Island Thyme Soap Company will be one of the eco-friendly local makers to have its products featured on an upcoming Earth Day segment on  Great Day Live Tampa Bay, Tampa's only LIVE lifestyle/ entertainment show thatfocuses on all things GREAT about Tampa Bay! It will air at 9 AM next Friday April 22 on 10 Tampa Bay -WTSP, the local CBS affiliate. 

Tune in to catch a glimpse of one of our Beach Inspired Intention Candlesand our Lavender Fields Coconut Milk Soap! 

Our “Beach Hair.  Don’t Care!” Intention Candle is a sassy celebration of nature and why we need to protect it! 

It’s no secret that spending time at the beach makes people happier and improves their physical and mental health. There is nothing more relaxing than a colorful beach sunset and walking barefooted while listening to the sound of the waves. In fact,  research published by the NIHdemonstrates the relaxing effects on the senses from the swell’s ebb and flow actually changes our brain waves’ frequency and puts us into a mild meditative state. The smell of the ocean also contributes to your feeling of beach bliss. This may have something to do with the negative ions in the sea air that you’re breathing in. A  study published in the Journal of Alternative Complementary Medicine suggests that negative ion therapy could even be used to treat symptoms of seasonal affective disorder.

It Burns Up to 80% Cleaner!

Island Thyme Soap Company’s Beach Inspired Intention Candles are made with anexceptionally eco-friendly luxurious vegan blend of natural apricot and coconut waxes from certified ethical and renewable sources. That means there is no negative effect on local ecosystems. It’s alsobiodegradable, toxin free, paraben free, phthalate free and burns up to 80% cleaner that other plant based waxes like soy wax.

The whimsical all-natural wood “Word Wicks”are made in the USA and sourced from Forest Stewardship Council certified mills.  Our beachy candles scents are a complex blend of sophisticated fragrance notes using only use "Clean Fragrance," toxin-free, meaning free of phthalates, parabens, and in compliance with International Fragrance Association (IFRA) fragrance environmental and safety guidelines.The beautiful iridescent heavy glass vessels are perfect for repurposing! How about a decorative vase or planter, a makeup or cosmetic brush holder, or a kitchen organizer? Use the wooden lid and you have a candy jar! You can find out how to prep your candle vessels for a second life on our blog. 

Lavender Fields Coconut Milk Soap

Lower Carbon Footprint.

The carbon footprint in general is 25% more for liquid cleansers than bar soap. Yet consumers use almost 7 times more liquid soap or body wash than bar soap.Science Advances reports that an estimated 6.3 billion tons of plastic waste have been produced globally since 1995, but only 9% was recycled, as 12% was incinerated and the other 79% ending up in nature or landfills. 

"Body wash" is likely to be a liquid detergent packed with drying chemicals, artificial surfactants, and preservatives that when rinsed off, get washed down the drain. Some of these chemicals aren’t biodegradable and end upseeping into the groundwater, lakes and streams, where they could pose a risk to fish and frogs. 

Truesoap is rapidly degraded. In addition to a lighter carbon footprint,there are so many reasons to love a good bar of handcrafted soap made with only plant-based oils and butters, and, contrary to popular opinion, true soap bars are scientifically proven to be more sanitary to use than plastic bottles!  

Did you know that coconut milk creates natural foam? Our raw ingredients are never tested on animals, ethically sourced with care from producers with a commitment to sustainable practices. Our palm oil is sourced from an organic farm in South America and certified sustainable.

Artisan crafted soap from Island Thyme Soap Company is a great way to gently cleanse your skin of dirt and bacteria and with minimal packaging is much a better choice for eco-conscious consumers. 

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