Natural Beauty skinnyskinny_organicoils

Published on July 14th, 2009 | by Lucille Chi

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skinnyskinny is for "Seriously Organic" Bathing Beauties

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I am simply smitten with my new organic skinnyskinny soaps and beauty items! 

skinnyskinny features bath, beauty and eco-home items, all created with sustainability in mind. They offer so many wonderful organic handmade soaps to choose from, so if you can’t decide, try their affordable sample set of eight.

My favorite aspect of the company is that their packaging for the gift boxes is intentionally un-branded (there is no company logo or name anywhere on the box making them simple and fun to re-use. This made them the winners of the Best Green Packaging HBA award because:

  • all soaps are wrapped in 100% recycled and reclaimed materials.
  • the box is made from sustainable wild-grass and with fair labor.
  • skinnyskinny is 100% carbon-neutral (wind-power & carbon credits).
  • all printing is soy ink on 100% PCW recycled paper. 

Shown above are:

Each and every skinnyskinny soap and beauty product is made with love and it shines through in the natural scents. 

In addition to sustainable ingredients and packaging, the ss team warmly shares:

” we make every single product ourselves in our Brooklyn, NY workshop. This means that 98% of our products are made entirely by us here in the US. Our facility and products have been registered with the FDA we are members of the Organic Trade Association. Most of our products are vegan, and all of our products are cruelty-free.”


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About the Author

Lucy Chi loves good green design, ethical fashion, environmental art and education, renewables, holistic healing and more. She has been dedicating her energies toward finding and drawing attention to all the ways in which products, companies, and industries are moving toward creating a more sustainable world on the global scale, as well as the way individuals are moving toward living sustainably, and healing at the personal level. Sustainability studies: PresidioMBA.org & B.S. Cornell University, College of Human Ecology, Dept. of Textiles and Fiber Science. Contact: lucillechi (at) gmail.com



  • http://www.prudentandpractical.com Kristin

    I love homemade soap – just tried making some myself a few weeks ago. Those soaps are beautiful and I am really liking the “book” container!

  • http://www.prudentandpractical.com Kristin

    I love homemade soap – just tried making some myself a few weeks ago. Those soaps are beautiful and I am really liking the “book” container!

  • globalgirl

    i wonder if they give out free samples, right now with the economy, i look for free trial samples. I have gotten free bottles of organic body oil from nbeauty.biz and bottle of moisturizer from astara.com, btw this site is good!

  • globalgirl

    i wonder if they give out free samples, right now with the economy, i look for free trial samples. I have gotten free bottles of organic body oil from nbeauty.biz and bottle of moisturizer from astara.com, btw this site is good!

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  • jennifer

    Thanks for featuring such a great company! After I read this, I ordered some soaps – the Lavender and Eucalyptus and the Neem – and they really are amazing! Great products and Great company!

  • jennifer

    Thanks for featuring such a great company! After I read this, I ordered some soaps – the Lavender and Eucalyptus and the Neem – and they really are amazing! Great products and Great company!

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