Soap.club, the supplier of handcrafted dead sea mud soap, has launched a new contest where avid mudders have a chance to win $100 of soap for their best “mud shots”.
Jun 28, 2018 /prREACH/ -- Ontario, Canada: Soap.club, the supplier of dead sea mud soap, has recently launched their “Get Clean With Mud” where avid “Mudders” can submit their dirtiest, muddiest pictures to win $100 worth of prize in natural, handmade soap.
According to Connie Farrar, founder of Soap.club, “To support the launch of our dead sea mud soap, we are starting a campaign that specifically targets avid fans of “Tough Mudder” an obstacle course race where people get down and dirty to face their most fundamental fears. The campaign is designed to help people associate the word mud with cleanliness, something that our dead sea soap bar can help them achieve.”
Mudders are used to getting absolutely caked in mud while trying their hand in completing and winning Tough Mudder and other obstacle courses that need them to get down and dirty. With Soap.club’s new campaign, they stand a chance to use the dirtiness that comes along with the competition to win some great bonuses for themselves. By submitting their muddiest snaps to Soap.club, they stand a chance to win a collection of natural soap bars worth $100.
This campaign is launched in the support of the brand’s natural dead sea mud soap, a cold-pressed soap bar that contains natural dead sea mud as the primary active ingredient. Renowned for its rejuvenating properties, it’s gentle pulling action helps gently exfoliate the skin and draw out impurities and toxins, so it’s a perfect part of any holistic health detox plan. It’s also great for oily, acne-prone skin.
Studies by the Dead Sea Research Center (DSRC), a non-profit organization, have shown Dead Sea mud is useful for treating skin conditions, such as psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and vitiligo, especially when used in conjunction with adjunct therapies, such as Dead Sea bathing, moisturizing creams, and increased sun exposure.
Soap.club’s soaps can be easily used in the place of liquid soap, gel shampoo or even shaving cream and do not contain any sulfates, parabens, preservatives, petroleum products and animal products. To learn more about Soap.club and their range of natural soap bars, visit their official website here - https://soap.club/.