Red Light Special: Catcher in the Rice Soap Lives Up to Name

Are you sick of wasting your money on useless plastic crap made in overseas sweatshops? Do you want to use your money to vote for something you actually support — a hopeful future for former slaves? Then check out Change.org’s weekly Red Light Special. Once a week, I’ll be bringing you a product that heals rather than hurts, because the proceeds go to help victims of human trafficking. Shop Red Light Specials to be part of the solution, instead of part of the useless crap problem.

This Week’s Red Light Special … Catcher in the Rice Soap

Rice has long been one of the most widely available, most nourishing foods on the planet, showing up in everything from sake to pasta to sweets. Rice bran, especially, is rich with vitamins and minerals, making it good for your body inside and out. Rice bran has been used in skin treatments and facials in Japan for years. Now it can help nourish your skin in this all natural, rice bran soap. And since the proceeds from your soap purchase go to help children who have been victims of human trafficking, you can be the “catcher in the rice,” so to speak, all while enjoying fresh, clean skin. Now that’s a deal you’ve got to catch.

You can buy this item here.

Let’s face it, you don’t need any more stuff in your life, but human trafficking survivors sure need a future. And you can give it to them with just a click of

the mouse and a swipe of the credit card. So what are you waiting for?

If you know of an organization or business which you’d like to see financially rewarded for helping trafficking victims, let me know!

Photo credit: Free the Slaves

source: http://humantrafficking.change.org/blog/view/red_light_special_catcher_in_the_rice_soap_lives_up_to_name

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