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New Harmony Soap Company to Debut New Soap at Wine & Art Festival
New Harmony Soap Company, will introduce a pair of Artisan Wine Soaps this weekend at the 10th Annual Wabash Valley Wine & Art Festival in historic Palestine, Illinois.
As an artisan vendor at the popular Fall festival in Palestine, New Harmony Soap Company will debut a Red Wine Soap and a Honey Wine Soap. The red wine soap is crafted using Reggae Red table wine vinted by Easley Winery of Indianapolis.
The honey wine soap uses Camelot Mead Honey Wine vinted by Oliver Winery of Bloomington, Indiana. Each soap is priced at $5.00 per five ounce bar during the festival and will only be available while supplies last.
“Wine contains polyphenols that protect the skin from UV light and help keep it elastic, explained New Hamony Soap co-owner Jim Spann. “It also strengthens the cross-linking of collagen, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Wine is a wonderful natural ingredient for soap and skin care.”
All New Harmony Soaps are made of organic sunflower oil, organic and sustainable palm oil, coconut oil, and Shea Butter. The family-owned and operated business will offer a wide variety of naturally aromatic soaps and skin health products during both days of the Wabash Valley Wine & Art Festival, October 6 and 7.
New Harmony Soap Company handcrafts natural, nutrient-rich soaps and skin care products in historic New Harmony, Indiana. The company was founded in 2012 with a mission to help people eliminate the commercial junk foods we commonly feed our skin. We replace the junk with whole, natural ingredients that are optimized for skin absorption. Each month the New Harmony Soap Co. donates 5% of gross sales to Feeding America, the leading domestic hunger relief organization, with network food banks serving every state. Learn more at http://www.newharmonysoap.com.
For Wabash Valley Wine & Art Festival tickets and information find them on facebook or visit http://wabashvalleywineandartfestival.com
Page Updated Last on: Oct 02, 2012