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Protect your investment!

Updated: Mar 2

Seems to me that handcrafted soap is an investment. I know that you can get cheaper soap in the grocery and I’ll keep my opinion to myself as far as what that soap will do to your skin as that is not today’s topic.


Woman washing hands at the sink
Wash Your Hands!

Since you’re paying more than $1 a bar here, I thought I could give you some tips on how to make your lovely bar of skin-loving soap last as long as possible! 😊


1. The most obvious thing is to keep your bar of soap high and dry! Don’t let the shower run on it or keep it someplace that it sits in the water. Keep your soap as dry as possible between showers.


2. Use a soap dish! There are soap dishes everywhere! I sell some adorable soap dishes on the website, like this adorable bathtub soap dish or the extra-large and roomy enameled soap dish.


3. Use a Soap Saver Sack! I love these things! You can put an entire bar of soap in them, or fill them up with all those bits and pieces of your yummy soap so you can use them all the way up! There are a few choices out there, from sisal (which I find a little tough on my aging skin, but you might like the extra exfoliation) to nylon, mesh, and my personal favorite, handknit cotton.


And there you have it! Some easy tips for keeping your soap dry to make it last even longer than it does now!. Keep it clean!

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