These loofahs are made from natural, unbleached loofah, a cucumber like gourd, and are fully compostable. Loofahs are an all-natural renewable resource made by drying alone!
Mini Loofah Soap Dish (3 pack)
These little rectangular Loofah Soap Dishes fit their goat's milk soaps perfectly. They give your bar a bit of lift off the shower shelf, allowing for better drying and no soapy goop left on the shelf. Because of this, they also extend the life of your soap! Once the loofah is wet, it slightly expands and arches, allowing for even more airflow around the bar of soap. Once the loofah dish is wet and expanded, you can easily use sissors to trim or reshape as desired.
Loofah Soap Life Rounds
Loofah Soap Lift Rounds are another great natural alternative to extend the life of your soap. These rounds allow great airflow for drying your bar and avoid goopy soap residue on the bathtub shelf. When your bar is almost done, squish the soap remnants into the round and use it as an exfoliator where you need it most!
Whole Loofah Scrubber
The Whole Loofah Scrubber is the unaltered dried insides of a loofah gourd. Using this with your solid dish soap provides endless cleaning options around the house, including the bathroom, and outdoors. Whatever you'd usually use a sponge for, these are up for the job! Use these for cleaning hearty fruits and vegetables like apples, carrots and potatoes.
Care + End of Life: To clean, rinse out soap residue then place the damp loofah in the microwave for 20 seconds, submerge in boiling water, soak in white vinegar or toss it in your dishwasher.
It works well to have more than one loofah soap dish so they can rotate while the other is getting cleaned. This way your soap bars will never have to sit on the wet shower shelf and it's easier for more frequent cleaning.
At the end of life, these loofahs are fully compostable! Cut them into smaller pieces if you'd like, then bury them in your garden or toss in your backyard compost or green bin.