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Our products are free from…
- Sodium Lauryl Sulfates
- Artificial Colours
- Palm Oil
You’ll learn quickly not to leave your bar in water or it will become a soggy mess. If you’re new to shampoo and conditioner bars here are some tips to keep your bars dry between uses.
Ideally you want to remove your bars from the shower area in-between uses so that they can dry out and last as long as possible. If you cant or just forget to remove your bars from the shower don’t fear, there are other options!
To keep your bars at their best make sure your soap holder has drainage, airflow, and dry air. It’s a good idea to find a spot in your shower that’s well away from the stream.
Choose a storage container that will let water drain away and let air circulate. Our soap holders keep the bars up right and allow for the water to drain as well, they have room for air flow to dry the bars completely. Each holder perfectly holds one shampoo and one conditioner bar. A perfect compliment to your plastic free journey that look Uber cute in your bathroom. Showers tend to stay quite steamy, so if you notice your bar getting soft, take it out for a good dry a couple of times a week. For drying in between showers, lay your bars on a dry flannel or towel.
Handmade concrete soap dish
Our soap dishes are a must have with your shampoo and conditioner bars.
A good soap dish allows the bars to drain and air-dry properly in between uses, ensuring you get the most out of your bars.
Handmade in Granby, Canada. There are slight variations in the air bubbles and tones of the soap dishes, making each beautifully unique.