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SOAP-ON-A-ROPE REINVENTED AND TOO BEAUTIFUL TO USE

June 29, 2020
June 29, 2020
KAIBAE

With the coronavirus outbreak drawing attention to the importance of handwashing, we’ve rounded up soaps designed to upgrade the cleaning experience. Soap-on-a-rope is not new; the Imperial leather soap company is credited with the concept in the late 1940s to keep soap dry and preventing it from getting mushy. These brands have given the concept a conscious artisanal reboot.

Scrub & Soothe Soap on a Rope by KAIBAE: This artisan-made scrub soap is inspired by the resilience of wild plants in remote regions of Africa. It’s formulated with ingredients that have been hand-harvested by the brand’s partnering communities and crafted in small batches by an artisanal sap maker on the central coast of California.

Mater Charcoal Rope Soap: Made for face, hands, and body, made with all-natural, plant ingredients in small batches and a natural coconut husk rope. It contains activated charcoal to absorb toxins and impurities along with tea tree and eucalyptus essential oils for a refreshing afterglow.

Baja Desert Soap from Kindred Black: These all-natural handmade soaps are consciously created with a focus on people and the environment in Baja, Mexico. Wild and sustainably harvested flowers, plant extracts, and other nutrients are harvested from the Baja deserts.

Welcome Soap “Taishoken”: Made by Tamanohada, a 120-year-old soap factory located in Tokyo. The shape of this soap is based on the Tai fish, or bream, which in Japanese culture is a symbol of prosperity and wealth.

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