Mazatlan women entrepreneurs artisans work with recycled materials

The products are packaged in paper or glass containers to take care of the environment and that the consumer can reuse it

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Soaps, masks, toothpaste, and deodorants, are some of the products offered by two young Mazatlecs who founded their own craft business, in favor of the environment.

There, during the annual breakfast of a well-known school, at the Convention Center, they offered their range of products made with natural ingredients.

The stand of the sisters Rofelda and María González supports more than 15 natural products made from white, green, red clay and activated carbon; They also produce soaps, masks, toothpaste, and refillable deodorants.

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They assured that the products are packaged in paper or glass containers to take care of the environment and that the consumer can reuse it.

They also said that during the event it was difficult to offer the products because people prefer brand products and not those that are 100 percent natural, despite this they were optimistic.

In that sense, they invited people to try new things, and consider environmentally friendly products.

Source: reaccion informativa

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