How To Use A Soap Saver Bag

Maximizing the lifespan of your zero waste soaps. 

Photography and Writing by Tammy Swier 

Do you adore your zero waste bar soaps but lament the wasted ends when they become too small to handle? Don’t worry, because we have the perfect solution! Introducing our organic cotton soap saver bags – a brilliant way to extend the lifespan of your soap cubes. With soap saver bags, using your bars until the very end has never been simpler!

Organic Cotton Soap Saver Bag for soap ends

Not only do soap saver bags double as gentle exfoliators, but they also help keep slippery bars in check during your shower. Additionally, they're ideal for storing and air-drying your bars, fitting snugly into our travel tins for convenient transportation.

Crafted from 100% cotton, our soap saver bags are fully compostable at the end of their lifecycle and can be conveniently machine washed.

Here's how to use them:

  • Bag it up!: First, place your shampoo bar or bar of soap inside the bag. Whether you prefer to store the full bar or just the ends, soap saver bags accommodate both options.
  • Lather: Once your bar is snugly tucked inside the bag, it's ready to use! Simply massage the bar within the bag under running water to work up a lather, just like you would with a bare bar.
  • Clean: When your soap saver bag needs a refresh, remove any leftover shampoo or soap pieces, and toss it in with your regular laundry. After washing, hang your soap saver bag to dry, ready for its next use.

How can I use tiny soap pieces

Experience the convenience and sustainability of our soap saver bags, proudly made available to eco-conscious consumers across Canada. We're passionate about soap saver bags for their role in promoting a low-waste lifestyle. They're a simple yet effective way to maximize the lifespan of your bars while enhancing your shower experience.

What are your thoughts on soap saver bags? Let us know below. We're absolutely hooked!

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