Natural bath and body products manufacturer Henley Natural creates Henley Natural Tea Tree Soap, made with tea tree oil that contains antibacterial properties to help fight bacteria

TAMPA, Florida , December 13, 2011 (press release) – Newly created Henley Natural Tea Tree Soap is a fresh-scented natural soap that not only cleanses, it rejuvenates the skin. The antibacterial properties of tea tree oil help fight unwanted, odor-causing bacteria while leaving the skin feeling clean and smelling great.

Along with skin-moisturizing olive oil and lather-producing coconut oil, Henley Natural also uses palm oil to provide a solid bar of soap. The tea tree and peppermint essential oils that are used to produce the refreshing, natural aroma of this soap also add a zing that awakens the senses. The scent of tea tree oil is similar to that of eucalyptus but with just a hint of an antiseptic-like quality. Poppy seeds and peppermint leaves are added for exfoliation and rejuvenation of the skin. Using tea tree soap is sure to make an ordinary, every-day shower or bath feel like a trip to the spa.

Feel clean and smell fresh with tea tree soap from Henley Natural.

About Henley Natural
Located in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, Henley Natural was founded in 2006 as a maker of natural bath and body products. Products such as natural soap, shea butter cream and shea butter body butter are made in small batches to guarantee freshness. Quality ingredients such as olive oil and shea butter add a rich, silky texture to the products and help moisturize the skin. Products are scented with essential oils and many incorporate selected botanicals and herbs. Large wholesale sizes are available for day spas and salons as back bar supplies. Visit the Henley Natural online store at http://www.henleynatural.com for product pictures and more information. For the latest natural soap happenings, craft show event dates, and more, click the Facebook Like button on the Henley Natural Fan Page.


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