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Whole Foods Market



We’ve been very busy over the past couple months getting our all natural bath goodies into Whole Foods Markets in the Mid-Atlantic area! Very exciting news for our customers to have easy access to our products while their shopping for other healthy items. Seen above is a quickie iphone photo from the Whole Foods Market in Rockville, Maryland.  Hope to have a better shot soon!


Thanks for all your support and if you don’t see us on the shelves of your Whole Foods Market, ask someone in the Whole Body department when our bath salts and soaps will be arriving. Your request will help us grow into more and more stores!


4 Responses to “Whole Foods Market”

  1. Tabitha on 04 Nov 2011 at 9:40 am

    Are your bath salts available @ Whole Foods in Northern Virginia? Looking to sniff and possibly buy. :)

  2. rochel on 04 Nov 2011 at 9:52 am

    Yes, Tabitha, our products are available in Northern VA at Reston, Fair Lakes, Arlington, Springfield and Tysons. I’ll (Rochel) be at the Springfield store tomorrow 11/5 from 2-5p doing a demo and Margy will be at Arlington Sunday 11/6 2-5p. Hope to see you there!

  3. Ebony on 21 Nov 2011 at 3:03 pm

    Why are the soaps so expensive?
    I went to Whole Foods in Mt. Washington (Baltimore, MD) today and bought two of the 1.6 oz soaps. I thought they were sample sizes. I was surprised to find out they were $5.99.
    I like good products and the soaps seemed very nice but I had to return them because I just can’t see why 1.6 oz of soap costs practically $6. Maybe I’m cheap but it seems really overpriced.

  4. rochel on 22 Nov 2011 at 10:17 am

    We’ll have to check with the store. The 1.6 oz soaps are supposed to ring up at $4.99 not $5.99. That’s the price they are at all the other Whole Foods. The soaps are made from high quality organic ingredients and the way they are made, they last a really long time, even the 1.6 oz bar. We get a lot of feedback from customers about how surprised they are by how long they last and how nice they are. Thanks for your feedback and bringing this to our attention.

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