Article: Soaps Made Without Palm Oil

Category: , , / 6/09/2014
Burt's Bees offers a soap free of palm oil.
Last week, I covered the reasons why palm oil production is often destructive and an environmental hazard. This week, I wanted to provide some alternative options for palm oil free bar soaps - one of the most common perpetrators. Read on for my suggestions.

Soaps Free from Palm Oil:
Soaps made with sustainable palm oil:
If you can't find a soap made without palm oil, the next best option is one made with sustainable palm oil. Try these brands:
Tips:
  • When looking for soaps in the store, look for palm oil and all of its derivatives. A good general place to start is scanning for ingredients with "palm" in the name, such as palm kernel oil or palmitate. Click here for a full list.
  • If you have trouble finding a soap without palm oil, you can always make your own using these DIY recipes.
  • Click here to see more reviews of products made without palm oil.

Disclosure notice: Some products mentioned in this article may have been sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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