Save A Life When You Take A Shower | Community Spirit
The first thing you will notice when you receive your soap and open the package is the amazing scent. The scent will be a terrific morning eye opener. That is a great way to start any day but when you take your morning shower with this Soapbox Soap you will save a life. Soap might seem simple to you, but to millions in the world life without soap can mean the difference between life and death.
You and Soapbox Soaps can change the world. This soap, that saves lives, is made with all natural ingredients, is gluten free, uses organic shea butter, and sea salt. These Soapbox soaps not only save lives around the world but also care about the world they live in. They are cruelty free, made in America, made with 100% recycled packaging, palm oil free, paraben free, petrochemical free, and vegan.
Soapbox soaps come in eight eye waking scents. You can choice from black, cinnamon spice, lemongrass, orange, eucalyptus, lavender, spearmint, and also unscented. I love the refreshing smell of these soaps. My favorite is the lavender. I actually had someone tell me I smelled nice and asked me what I was wearing. All I had used that day was this great smelling soap. I need more than a cup of coffee to wake me up in the morning and this soap will open your eyes and wake up your skin.
Now here is the great news, Soapbox soaps will donate a bar of soap for each bar of soap that you buy. This bar of soap that is donated can save a life. Soap is donated to Ecuador, Haiti, Kenya, Thailand, Uganda, as well as locally in the United States through homeless shelters, women shelters, and nursing homes.
The soap costs $4.99 a bar or you can order a subscriptions o 2 bars a month for $9.99.
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