1. Extend the life of your soap:
The practice of transferring soap to anything frequently leads to waste. Aiming for an extra rich lather uses too much soap. The suds just go down the drain. Also, it depletes the skin of natural oils and will dry it out.
So using less soap or shampoo is a great thing! Less is more with this pouch.
With a quick soak under the water, it will be foaming in no time. With the soap saver pouch, the soap bar is contained.
What to do with the last remains of a soap bar?
Pop soap remnants into the bag with the next bar. They will bond together to become one. Now you can wash with the end of the soap comfortably. As well as avoid annoying encounters with the final soap chips. That never turns out at planned.
2. No more soap dish goop:
Soap dishes can be a giant cesspool of soap scum and bacteria. After use it is tossed to the holder where it sits in a puddle of skin filth and water.
The soap really gets down and dirty transforming into slime. Think about all the bubbles that could have been. Instead the decomposing soap bar is a gooey mess. Another to-do for cleaning day.
This is the perfect addition to specialty soap bars. They have a tendency to melt in water. Slip the soap bar into the pouch and secure it with the drawstring. This pouch snuggles around a bar of soap.
When you are finished give it a quick rinse and hang it up. You can put in the same place as your old plastic loofah. Sloppy messes and invasions of bacteria are prevented. The bag and the soap will dry easily.
3. Only the best exfoliation:
This is a dual-action exfoliator. It is a divine remedy to the traditional hygiene routine. If you are looking for an effective body scrubber but soft on the skin, look no further.
Massage the body and/or the head. As mentioned above a little soap and water go a long way. The soap will lather as you exfoliate. The real magic is the all-natural sisal bristles.
You will be singing in the shower with your new sisal exfoliating bag.
The fibers are firm enough to slough off dead skin, without scratching.
Leaving a smooth finish.
What is Sisal?
Sisal is a natural fiber that comes from the agave plant. It is utilized as twine and rope. Due to it’s strength, it is popular in coastal environments. Saltwater or hard water will not break these fibers down.
This is why exfoliation is such a dream with this bag.
The fibers are ethically sourced, non-toxic, and safe for use on the body. Coming from a plant makes it sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Once your soap saver bag has lost the life you can compost it.
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