Sisal soap bag
The sisal soap bag is made of 100% natural fibers (sisal is a tropical, natural fiber). It is used for storing and drying your shampoo or soapbars. It also comes in handy to wash you hair or body with the shampoo or soap leftovers. Put the leftovers in the bag so you can use every last single bit of your shampoobar. When using it as a washcloth, you will enjoy the scrubbing effect of the sisal on your skin.
Sisal is a natural fiber that comes from the Agave Sisalana plant, a plant coming from the agave family. It is a succulent that originates from Mexico and grows very well in a dry climate. The sisal fibers are very strong and are used as rope, yarn and wire. The fibers are also processed in products such as carpets, mats or this soap bag.
The use of sisal fibers over several centuries shows that the plant can be seen as a sustainable and renewable resource. It is a very environmentally friendly choice. The plant not only produces new fibers, but can also be easily grown without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Since the fibers come from a plant, they are completely biodegradable.
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