Cold and Flu Season Strikes Hard: Health Conscious Lather Up and Fight Back

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States report first cases of 2008-2009 flu season, urging residents to get vaccinated. Amazing Soap adds Cold and Flu Soap to product line in hope of hastening recovery for cold and flu sufferers.

Amazing Soap ( announces the addition of a new Cold and Flu Soap containing eucalyptus oil and vitamins specifically designed to speed recovery from these common winter ailments.

The healing powers of eucalyptus have been widely known among holistic health practitioners for thousands of years. Eucalyptus oil helps to open airway passages, easing congestion and allowing users to breathe easier. Combining the intensity of Eucalyptus with the hot, steamy air of a shower multiplies the decongestant effect of this healthful ingredient.

The Vitamins in the Cold and Flu Soap replenish a user's body with much needed nourishment. These vitamins include the all important C vitamin, the energy producing B vitamins, to name just a few. Vitamins are known to be essential for boosting a body's immune system and that's why Amazing Soap infused these critical elements into their soap. A nourished body is better prepared to fight off illness and to increase overall health and energy.

"We offer more than just soap," says Rick Garloff, vice president of sales at Amazing Soap. "With this new Cold and Flu Soap, you do more than just bathe…you heal. The soap is also gentle on the skin with no artificial dyes or harsh ingredients. As with all of our soaps, this soap has undergone rigorous testing and meets or exceeds all government regulations."

About Amazing Soap
Amazing Soap ( was launched in 2007, and strives to provide the best in innovative products. They offer a wide range of soaps with special qualities far beyond the normal soap. Their product line features more than a dozen varieties, including caffeine soap, arthritis soap, sunscreen soap, and vitamin soap.

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