Womens soap making collective harnesses cultural heritage in cosmetics production

100% organic eco-friendly beauty products are an alternative means of livelihood for Amerindian women across the Rupununi. When you buy these products you are ensuring the conservation and preservation of the rain forests and you will be leaving a light carbon footprint for the next generation! Soaps which are handmade by the Patamona tribe of the Guyana in the deep Amazon jungle using the oil of the Crabwood tree infusing a secret recipe over 7000 years old.

Stabroek News says, “If Veronica Farias has her way each person in the indigenous Makushi villages perched on the edges of the north Rupununi savannah would be using natural oils, locally-made soap and medicine from trees.” (see full article)