Made in Michigan product: Moon River Soap

By Paula Tutman, Local 4 Reporter, @PaulaTutman
Published On: Jul 31 2013 03:40:29 PM EDT
Moon River soap
ROCHESTER, Mich. -

Who doesn't like great smelling soaps and body oils.

It doesn't get any better than Moon River Soaps proudly made on the premises in downtown Rochester.

These soaps use all natural products and their smell is so sweet they put most flower gardens to shame. But the magic comes from the love poured into each vat of finely tuned, all natural bath and body products.

On first at 4 Wednesday, we showcased Detroit Grit, a working man and woman's soap that great on grime but soft on skin. Made with fine Michigan Cherry Coffee and clean olive oils, this cleans while it conditions hard working, tired hands. Also getting stirred up, ingredients like Shea Butter, Lavender, Chamomile and Grape Fruit and of course a staple, Olive Oil.

The Moon River pledge: the benefits of olive oil include super antioxidants vitamin E and beta carotene that can stimulate cell regeneration and nourish the skin to leave a healthy glow.

Additional unique antioxidants found only in Olive Oil are known to be anti-inflammatory and can be healthful and replenishing to the most dry and sensitive skin. Moon River Omega Rich Olive Oil Soap allows the skin to breathe and can help to balance troubled acne prone skin. Sufferers of dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, as well as those with weakened immune systems will find relief in our gentle soap. We never use petrochemicals, sulfates, synthetic fragrance or phthalates.
Arrange a tour to watch soap making or build a basket for a friend who needs a quick pick-me-up.
And don't forget you can discover all kinds of ways to integrate Michigan made products in your own Michigan home by going to the Buy Michigan Now Fair in Northville which starts this Friday.

Buying Michigan Now is easier than you think.

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