Health 2 Humanity Partners with Spavia Day Spa

Health 2 HumanityHealth 2 Humanity, a social enterprise company that believes all people deserve to have equal access to lifesaving solutions, has partnered with Spavia Day Spa (multiple locations) to provide socially conscious products at more than a dozen locations across the country. Health 2 Humanity will provide vegan, non-GMO, cruelty-free, and hypo-allergenic soaps for purchase at select Spavia locations. This is Health 2 Humanity’s debut in the retail space, and the company has plans to expand to more spas across the country. “We are grateful to be partnering with Spavia Day Spa for our first major foray into retail distribution,” says John Cefalu, founder and CEO of Health 2 Humanity. “One of our main priorities is to partner with like-minded businesses who share our passion for premium, natural products that make a difference, and we have found just that with Spavia. We look forward to establishing a long-lasting partnership that empowers consumers domestically to make a huge difference in the lives of individuals and developing communities abroad.”

Health 2 HumanityHealth 2 Humanity’s domestic soap sales help directly fund its global team’s efforts in Africa, providing sustainable hygiene solutions, entrepreneurship, and job training opportunities in developing countries. Health 2 Humanity’s aromatic bar soaps are composed of an oil fusion, high quality essential oils, and exfoliating African botanicals. By empowering international entrepreneurs to produce soap and other hygiene products cost-effectively, as well as donate and sell these products to individuals, charities, and community centers in their local regions, there has been a drastic decline in illness rates of up to 25 percent in Health 2 Humanity sponsored areas. “We are proud to align with H2H’s mission to eradicate preventable diseases in developing countries,” says Allison Langenderfer, founder of Spavia Day Spa. “Premium soaps are already a high demand product for our spas, so to bring in a premium soap brand with a socially conscious model that has an international impact, is an added bonus for our guests to feel really good about the products they want to purchase anyway.”

 

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