Our soap products are used for so many special skin care needs. We receive calls and emails from our loyal customers around the world letting us know how effective the cleansing bar is at helping them. Dermatologists, primary care doctors, and yes, even for our loving pets and farm animals - veterinarians - are among our best friends in helping get the message out.
Did you know? Our soap products are in fact distributed directly by many dermatologists throughout the USA to their patients right at the doctor's office.
But this month we thought we'd touch on a subject that's more about - well, just cleanliness - yes indeed, the simple hand wash that our sulfur soap is very effective at.
So let's have some fun with the topic and for this month's newsletter - how about we talk about toilet hygiene !
Really, our 10% sulfur soap is a wonderful toilet soap. By now, our readers know that nature's element sulfur is excellent to combat both bacteria and also fungus.
The antiseptic qualities of 10% sulfur soap make it an ideal soap to have handy after using the toilet. Try it and place a bar at your bathroom sink, today!
|10% sulfur soap from SulfurSoap.com|
I luv that sulfur soap lather when I wash my hands, and I hope you do, too.
And now for the really fun part.
About Toilet hygiene....
Have you ever wondered about the history of toilet paper? Americans use more toilet paper per person than any other people on the planet. So we thought it might be interesting to delve into its history and explore the habit of using toilet paper and how it all evolved into current practice.
It's also amazing when compared with other peoples of the world that most Americans still just wipe. In the American toilet room whether at the office or home, you rarely find bidets or spray hoses for water to rinse and clean while sitting on the toilet. And if you're a world traveler, you know what we're talking about here!
So first an outline history of the evolution of toilet paper and then we'll get to the fodder - errrrr, or should we say, the rest of the story,
2009: US toilet paper consumption surpasses $9 billion in annual sales.
The rest of the story. Maybe we should call it -
History of toilet paper, or " How did we get into this toilet paper mess !" :
THE STRENGTH OF GOING SOFT
Currently, the United States spends more than $9 billion a year on toilet tissue—more than any other nation in the world.
Some reports conservatively estimate that Americans, on average, use about 60 squares a day and at least 55 lbs. a year. It's thought the actual amount is quite a bit more! Believe it or not, toilet paper manufacturers have learned that there is a small but growing percentage of consumers who are using at least a half roll of that super -plush, toilet paper during EACH TOILET USE !!! And they are focusing on this group of toilet paper maniacs to push upon them more expensive high-end toilet paper products because they know they will spend, spend, spend - wipe wipe wipe to try and get clean. It is simply amazing .....
|Doesn't it make you wonder why anyone should need SO MUCH toilet paper! Wow!|