FAQ Soap Usage Tips

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How do I apply the soap to the skin?

You can apply the soap best to your skin, by making it wet and rubbing it on a sponge or face/body brush. In this way, you can make the best creamy soap foam and apply it to your skin. Using the skin brush for your face is a very good way to clean your face with the creamy butter and oils of the soap. 

How can I store the soaps?  

The soaps are best stored on a floating soap dish, where the water can rinse of. That way, the soap can dry up after being used and you get the most out of it. When leaving the soap on wet on the sink, the good oils and butters may dissolve. Make sure to have a soap dish or a magnet in place. Another great idea is to hang the soap on a rope to hang it in the shower. When traveling, it is also quite convenient to store your soap in a ziplock cotton back or in a tin box.

How long do the soaps last?

The soaps indeed have an expiry date. The expiry date can be found at the backside of the banderole attached to the soap. Usually the soaps have a lifecycle of 1,5 years. So for example, if a soap has been produced in summer 2017, it has an expiry date around December 2018. In terms of usage, the soaps of course stay longer if your store them properly, so that they can dry.

Are the soaps sensitive to temperatures?

Since the soaps contain natural butters like shea butter and oils like coconut oil, they can become a bit softer when exposed to heat. But this is not extreme. You should however not store your soap next to a heater. In the cold, there is no big change in the soap structure.

Can I take the soaps along for traveling?

Yes you can! Our soaps are perfect for taking them along to your travels! The best would be a toiletry bag from cotton. Because the soaps are so yielding, they are perfect for even longer trips. If you want to know more about the benefits of bar soaps for travelling, you may also check our dedicated blog post for this topic on our blog.