100% Cotton Soap Saver Bag & Twin Face Scrubbie Pack
These cute little soap saver hanging bags were specially designed to fit our round and square soaps (although they'll fit a range of other brands, too), and have been hand crocheted in the UK from 100% cotton reclaimed/repurposed yarn. Supplied in plastic-free packaging, they're a perfectly sustainable zero waste alternative to bottles of shower gel.
The bags measure approximately 9cm square. The mesh design helps them dry out faster.
They're really easy to use, just pop your soap into the soap saver and use the handle loops to hang it in the shower or on the tap to dry. You can also put multiple bits of leftover soap together into the bag to make sure you use every last bit.
The cotton yarn is soft, but doesn't stretch or lose its shape, and can be used as a gentle body washer with the soap inside, whether in the shower, the bath, or the sink for handwashing - it helps work up a rich, creamy later and helps prevent the soap slipping out of your hands. To make soaps last longer, cut them into pieces and use a piece at a time to stop the soap getting soft.
The bag is supplied with 2 100% cotton face scrubbies, which are also made with a finer 100% cotton yarn. These mini washcloths make a great sustainable alternative to cotton wool pads as well, and are ideal for use with our French Polish and Three King Awesome facial cleansers as well as our Anti-War Paint make-up remover, as well as our Clean Shot micellar cleansing system.
Each scrubbie is hand-crocheted in the UK and measures approximately 6cm diameter, so the perfect size for all your facial skin needs: washing, cleansing, scrubbing, exfoliating, makeup removal, and applying face masks and creams. The scrubbies are a huge variety of colours owing to being made with repurposed cotton yarn, but please let us know if you have any colour preferences.
Both the soap saver bags and face scrubbies can be rinsed out under the tap, washed by hand with shampoo, soap etc, or popped in the washing machine with your regular wash and, of course, used over and over again.