What’s the most important thing you need to use soap? That’s right, water. When you take a bath, or wash your hands, think about less fortunate people that don’t have the same luxury. There are so many people in the world that don’t have access to clean water or water at all. Think of our neighbors as close as Flint, Michigan, and as far away as India. Believe it or not, there’s a genius way to enjoy your soap, which giving those in need access to soap and water. Soapbox!
Soapbox Soaps, established in 2010, was founded with a simple mission: to empower consumers to change the world through everyday, quality purchases. For every product sold, a bar of soap or a month of clean water is given to a person in need. Soapbox partners with two organizations to fulfill these needs. Global Soap Partner, a non-profit that collects hotel soap remnants and remakes them into new bars (66% of their total bar donations are stateside; and Splash, an organization that comes alongside local governments and aid organizations to take the clean water infrastructure multinational food corporations use and apply it to orphanages and children’s hospitals.
I got the opportunity to try out a few products from the coconut family, because well….I love coconut.
Soapbox Coconut Bar Soap, $ 3.99- Each bar is rich in organic fair trade shea butter and olive oil to leave your skin soft and smelling like an island getaway.
Soapbox Coconut Hand Soap, $3.99- Mixed generously with shea butter, this decadent hand soap restores moisture to dry hands.
Soapbox Coconut Body Wash, $5.99- Coconut oil soaks deep into skin to lock in moisture. Mixed generously with shea butter, this decadent body wash heals dry skin and smells fantastic.
Flip the products over to the back and you will find a code on each product. This is what you enter on the Soapbox Hopecode page to see exactly where your purchase will have an impact.
I entered the code from the body wash first, soap will be donated to the Heeals Project- India which serves 3,000 children. Next code is from the hand soap, and soap will be donated to Heeals Project as well. Last is the bar soap; soap will be donated to the CAN Connects Project- Baltimore which serves over 28,000 individuals a year.
Purchase affordable bath and body products, and give to the less fortunate.
Soapbox products are paraben free, cruelty-free, palm oil free, EDTA free, vegan and made in the USA.