I probably spend too much on beauty products. I’m the ideal consumer; I’m easily lured by bright packaging, I love trying new products, and apparently, from the look of my bathroom linen closet, I feel as though variety is the spice of life. In doing this, though, I’ve discovered that the best products aren’t always the most expensive, especially when it comes to beauty products. Soapbox Soaps are a prime example of this which is why their products have become a favorite at our house.
This is a compensated post. All opinions are our own and were not influenced and we use this product at our home as stated.
The packaging for the Soapbox line of products may seem unremarkable, but the heart behind these products are far from it. For every product sold, a bar of soap or a month of clean water is given to a person in need. Just by purchasing a bar of soap, a bottle of hand soap or body wash, you’ve helped provide clean water to someone who is desperate need.
The Soapbox line of products not only give back to communities, but they smell amazing and are made of quality products that you’ll love. Coconut, Lavender, Lemongrass, Mandarin, Peppermint, Tea & Ginger – all Soapbox products have refreshing scents that aren’t overwhelming and will leave you feeling and smelling amazing.
Now, it’s even easier to find Soapbox products because they’re available at your local Rite Aid! And, all Soapbox products are Paraben, EDTA, phthalate free, and Cruelty free and, maybe more importantly, they’re Made in America.
As if that wasn’t enough to motivate you to fill your bathroom with Soapbox products, check this out – you can track your impact with your unique Hope Code. See where your purchase is making an impact at soapboxsoaps.com with your product’s unique Hope Code printed on the back of your product.
Here’s my Hope Code. It’s definitely motivating to buy from Soapbox since I have to buy soap anyway and at least this way, I know I’m helping to provide for those in need. Want to know who I’m helping with my Soapbox Hand Soap?
Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN), a Baltimore County-based non-profit organization, established in 1964 as part of a national network of over 1,000 Community Action Agencies. The network was designed to work in partnership with the community to develop, strengthen and support programs that reduce vulnerability among the poor as well as promote growth, stability and self sufficiency among low-income residents of Baltimore County.
How exciting is that?