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SoapBox Soaps Bar Soap Review
I was talking earlier about Bub’s new sensitive skin issues and his acquired allergies to our laundry detergent and soap products. I was also accepted to review this 100% natural Eucalyptus soap from Soapbox. What is unique about Soapbox is that for every product that someone buys from them they will donate to help sanitary efforts around the world. I think that is pretty amazing. They also have a great product. Together with changing our detergent, Bub’s allergic reaction has been curbed.
The have a lot of different choices on smells but I went with Eucalyptus. It has a very strong fragrant smell to it. I think we all enjoyed the smell. Also, we have been using this bar of soap for a few weeks and I really can’t tell it has gotten much smaller. We have really enjoyed the soap and will be repeat customers for this one.
Their Product Description:
Who is SoapBox?
SoapBox Soaps is a soap company with a mission; for every soap product you buy, they give to sanitation initiatives all over the world and here in the US, including soap, clean water, and vitamins. The company was founded in 2010 by co-founder David Simnick after he had an idea: help consumers change through world through their everyday purchases. SoapBox and has quickly grown into a team of young individuals who are dedicated to providing our customers with quality products that place giving into their daily routine.
Gluten, Parabens, Sulfates, Phthalates, Palm Oil
African Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Essential Oils, and Hope!
Did you know that more than 3,000 children’s lives could be saved every day with something as simple as a bar of soap and clean water?* This is because unsafe drinking water, insufficient water for hygiene, and lack of access to basic sanitation together contribute to 88% of deaths from diarrheal diseases, and diarrheal diseases make up 11% of all deaths of children under the age of 5!
By simply improving water sources, we can reduce deaths from diarrheal diseases by 21%, and by providing soap, through the simple act of washing hands at critical times we can reduce that number by 35%. It’s an incredibly cost-effective way to make a difference, and SoapBox exists to put the power of that impact into the hands of consumers.
*UNICEF and WHO (2012 Report) http://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/global/wash_statistics.html
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.