You'll want to stash a Sisal Soap Pouch in every bath in your house - and at this price you'll be able to. Besides, a hardworking, little multi-tasker like this is so easy to love! Count the big jobs it does for one tiny price:
1. It corrals leftover pieces of bar soap, so you can use them up easily. No more chasing little soap chips!
2. Sisal does a fabulous job of stimulating the circulation, diminishing the appearance of cellulite. Many people acquire cellulite after the age of 35, unattractive fat deposits under the skin that look lumpy, like cottage cheese.
3. Sisal is the perfect natural exfoliant to efficiently buff and polish your skin. The rough woven surface is made to 'catch' dead skin cells, yet the sisal won't feel harsh on the skin. Why is exfoliation so important? Please read my blog entry dated January 26, 2014.
Directions: Simply drop your soap in, pull the drawstring, and use in your shower or bath.
Why use sisal? As a renewable resource, it's more ecologically responsible than other choices. A sisal plant produces 200-250 usable leaves over its lifetime (hybrids can produce as many as 450!) and each leaf contains approximately 1000 fibers.
(1) Sisal Soap Pouch. Approx. 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches, with cotton drawstring.