When you have Celiac disease or food allergies, you're probably concerned more with what you put into your mouth than anything else, right? But what about other products you use every day, including ones you might use on your face and hands and then unknowingly pass to your mouth, like lotion?
And if you don't need to worry about refraining from eating certain foods, have you ever wondered what's really in your hair and beauty products?
This company makes products that are ethical, environmentally friendly, and natural. That's right! All SoapBox soaps are cruelty-free and vegan-certified, gluten-free, made in America, packaged in 100-percent recycled packaging, palm oil-free, paraben-free, petrochemical-free, phthalate-free, and sulfate-free.
What they DO contain is shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, soybean oil, corn oil, and sea salt.
And while these products are good for your skin, they are also good for your soul, too. That's because with every SoapBox purchase, the company donates a product to a person in need. For instance:
1 bar of soap = bar of soap
1 liquid hand soap = a month's supply of clean water through partner RainCatcher
1 body wash = a year's supply of vitamins through partner VitaminAngels
If you're into natural products that are good for your skin AND giving back to those in need, SoapBox is the ideal company for you.
I got a chance to try out the Pomegranate body wash and the Tea & Ginger liquid hand soap for free in exchange for this review. Both items have great scents but they are free from artificial fragrance and colorants, which my sensitive skin really appreciates.
I'm not really much of a body wash person, which is why I think my favorite of the two is the Tea & Ginger liquid hand soap. (It comes in other fragrances, too! So does the body wash and soap!) Every time I wash my hands in the bathroom, I get so happy smelling this lovely hand soap!
This was definitely a good find at the NJ Gluten & Allergen Free Expo. I can't believe it took me so long to share it with you!
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