Make a Difference
Every decision we make has an impact. Where we buy. What we buy. The chemicals we place on our skin and in our environment. I recently learned of a company whose products and services, which I have tried myself, are based on a strong ethical framework and are incredibly effective and healthy as a result.
The company is called Whollygrail and they are not affiliated with Monty Python to the best of my knowledge.
Whollygrail was launched by a Sydney mum, Danielle, whose young family (including herself) suffered a number of health issues. After much trial and error she learned that those ailments were greatly mitigated by the use of natural products. Danielle started Whollygrail to make it easier for others to access the information and the types of products that had helped her family on the path back to health.
Whollygrail is more than just an online shop. It provides a library of online articles, community events and workshops.
But they also have a great range of products, some of which I have had the pleasure of experiencing. A few examples:
Antiperspirant. I have always disliked the idea of aluminum-based antiperspirants which work by blocking the sweat gland. But aluminum-free deodorants never seem to do the job. I tested the Whollygrail deodorant cream on my husband who applied the cream to only one armpit for twenty four hours. The results were remarkably good. Trust me.
Soap. I tried out Whollygrail’s Cold Processed Coconut and Olive bath soap. I love it. It smells delicious and, like all Whollygrail products, its made from ingredients which are chemical-free, organic and sustainably produced (locally sourced wherever possibly). If you can’t eat it, why would you put it on your skin!
We also tried out their face wash, which was great, and a yoga t-shirt which was made from sustainably grown cotton (unlike some yoga clothes which contain plastic-based fabric).
Whollygrail’s whole operation is based on their SOURCE principals:
I know these principals come from a place of genuine care – originating with Danielle’s concern for the health of herself and her family – and not just to make use of all the latest marketing buzz-words. And for this reason I am proud to have become a Whollygrail brand ambassador.
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