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Primal Elements

November 11, 2005

Primal Elements, Garden Grove, CA, created three soaps for good causes. The AIDS Awareness soap has a red ribbon embedded in a silvery, glittering bar. The Primal Elements Breast Cancer Awareness soap is a sparkling pink bar with a floating pink ribbon, and the Organ Donor Awareness soap has a dark green ribbon inside a glittering green bar. All feature Primal Elements’ popular Facets of the Sea scent. A portion of the proceeds is donated to various foundations and hospitals.

In other news, Primal Elements introduced its Aromatic soap collection for fall/winter 2002, which includes 17 new designs such as Bats, Chocolate Mousse, Poppy Seeds and 3-D star-shaped loaves such as Cinnamon Star and Jack. Also new is Primal Elements liquid hand wash in various fragrances. For people on the go, Primal Elements introduced travel-ready packages in Primal Desire Weekend Away, Primal Spa Weekend Escape, Cocoa Spa Weekend Escape, Soap-To-Go and Better Than Tea Lights.
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