Made from sisal 100% natural
Place your soap bar inside the pouch to prolong its life of it.
Use it as a sponge for the perfect exfoliation.
What is SISAL?
Sisal fibres come from the plant Agave Sisalana mainly found in Mexico. This plant can grow all year round in hot climate regions. Most soils are appropriate for their cultivation while their input requirements are minimal. Sisal has become widely used in different industries as a renewable source which positively contributes to climate change. From its life cycle, this plant can absorb more carbon dioxide than it produces. All its organic wastes and residues can be used in other sectors till the end of its life cycle making it 100 % biodegradable.
How to use
How to use
Place the soap bar inside the soap pouch, wet and lather. Remove the soap bar after using it and let them dry separately. Recommended use: twice per week.
My grandma used to put all the end pieces of soap into pouches like this that she used to crochet. Have kept my eyes open for one and this fits the bill. It’s a great way to scrub with soap. And reduce waste!