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Good Dog!

Good Dog!

Good Dogs! We thought this might catch your attention! Pictured on the left is Hutch and on the right is Bear. Hutch and Bear are cousins (their human moms are sisters). Bear’s mom, Leanna swears by Perfectly Natural Soap’s Good Dog! Conditioning Spray. Bear, a maltese, has beautiful white fur, but mom says that keeping it that way can take a lot of work. Leanna loves that the Conditioning Spray keeps Bear’s fur looking and smelling clean between baths! Hutch has his own story to tell. Hutch is a senior dog and often suffers from a dry nose. His Aunt...

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Out with the Bad, in with the Good: Reducing Toxins in Your Home

Out with the Bad, in with the Good: Reducing Toxins in Your Home

Did you know that your, home, your safe haven, is more than likely filled with hidden toxins? These synthetic dangers are lurking within our carpets, paint, furniture, and food. just to start with. Toxins are also found in many of the very things that we use to make our homes smell “fresh” and feel “clean”.  Cleaning products, laundry detergents, fabric softeners, air fresheners and many candles emit toxins into our environments. If you think about the wide reach these products have; they are where we sleep, where we eat and in the air we are breathing. While it may be...

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Hurricane Florence Store Hours Update

Hurricane Florence Store Hours Update

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A Simple, Sensitive Skincare Routine

A Simple, Sensitive Skincare Routine

Knowing how and in what order to use facial products can be confusing! However, to receive the most effective results from your facial care products, it is important to understand. Below are our simplified recommendations using a sensitive skincare routine as an example: The first step is cleansing. Cleansing should be done twice a day.  Before and after sleep are great times for this routine. We recommend using Perfectly Natural’s Glow Natural Rosewater Foaming Facial Soap and/or our Micellar Water Unscented Pads. Both cleanse gently, leaving your face feeling fresh and containing no harsh ingredients. The next step is to exfoliate...

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Honey Bees Need Our Help

Honey Bees Need Our Help

This year, August 18, is National Honey Bee Day. Bee Keepers across our nation join together to promote awareness regarding beekeeping and the value of the honey bee. It turns out that the North American honey bee population is really struggling. Hives of honey bees are dying off at alarming rates. There is much speculation in regards to the causes of the decline of our honey bees. Pesticides, disease, and climate change are among the suspected culprits. Honey Bees are super-pollinators! It is estimated that one in every three bites of food that an American takes was pollinated by bees!...

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