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Good Clean Love: Making Love Sustainable

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Good Clean LoveGood Clean Love is our newest sponsor here on Ecorazzi. We’re going to run some fun polls and contests together to get us in the romantic mood before the big day. We’re talking Valentine’s Day, of course. This year you can give or receive an eco-Valentine’s gift that is much sexier than organic chocolate – and actually much more to the point.

Good Clean Love was started by Wendy Strgar, a sex educator with the mission to increase the awareness and experience of love in the world by providing high quality products which enhance and deepen intimacy. The company’s products, in effect, are “love in a bottle” – and might we add, “all natural love in a bottle” might be a better description.

Good Clean Love Gift SetTheir all natural products contain no petrochemicals and parabens (found in most intimacy products). They use organic and wild crafted ingredients where ever possible and are working on launching a line of completely organic products by 2008.

Wendy believes that love and family are renewable resources, too. She believes by enhancing the sex lives of couples she will make strides toward helping them invigorate and maintain their relationships.

For each purchase of one of their products, Good Clean Love will donate to three organizations: Global Women’s Fund, Breast Cancer Fund’s Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, and the Children’s Peace Academy.

If you live on the West Coast, you just might see Wendy and Good Clean Love in your local Whole Foods store. Currently in the Northwest and Northern California stores, Good Clean Love is beginning a sustainable love tour complete with product demos and talks on Making Love Sustainable.

Wendy Strgar also runs a blog in conjunction with Good Clean Love called Making Love Sustainable.

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