Natural Sundae bath and body products: Providing pure ingredients for a natural solution, right here in Tampa Bay (videos)

The couple took their passion for each other and placed that energy into their products.  Sundae comments that their products “are made with love, joy, and gratitude," while Robert relishes in working with “Sundae everyday knowing that together [they] have created a business based on truth and respect.” Considering consumers shop in “eco” stores with trust, this consumer is happy to have found their company online.


Natural Sundae’s products provide not only great personal care products, but also relief to the eco-friendly folks who care about what they're putting on their skin. The company showcases over 70 different items. To highlight one, the benefits of Natural Sundae’s Natural Soap Bars:



  • High Quality Vegetable Ingredients


  • Made in the USA


  • Reputable sources for raw materials


  • Skin & Shampoo Bars


  • No Animal Testing


  • Great Essential Oil & Herb Blends



After trying the lavender soap bar, I had to write about them. Watch the video below to hear more about them from Sundae herself.


How you can get to know them: FaceBook friend them, follow on Twitter, and visit their website. An added bonus for the eco-conscious folks here in Tampa Bay — they are local!


Natural Sundae products are truly an eco-dessert.



In light of recent cosmetic industry news, I have been on a renewed eco quest to find more natural products for my household. During the process, a friend recommended Natural Sundae bath and body products. To my relief, Sundae and Robert, owners of Natural Sundae, warn about non-regulation of industry standards on their website. Their advice: “Don’t be fooled.”

To further investigate, I asked Sundae to respond to the video, Organic Beauty: Buyer Beware (see video below), which addresses the false claims and mislabeling of many personal care products that are touted as "organic."

“My feelings on the lack of honesty throughout the ‘natural’ product industry – it’s a shame.” Sundae goes on to say, “Being able to read the contents of the products we buy is a right, but we had to fight for it. Now we have to fight to make the labels actually true. It is a bizarre and unnecessary fight.”

And I am sure many of us agree with Sundae’s statement, “It is our right to know what we are buying.”

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