Bürstenhaus Redecker Vegetable Soap Bag made of 30% sisal and 70% cotton. It includes a small rope so that you can let it air dry and so that it does not remain damp or generate mold.
Collect the remains of soap and store them together in the soap bag to keep them collected and free of moisture, or to use them directly in this way. The use of this vegetable sponge for soap is also a form of skin exfoliation.
Size: 11 x 12.5 cm.
What is sisal and why is it one of the best choices for a sustainable life:
Sisal or henequen is a plant used for commercial purposes, grown in semi-arid regions. The fiber of the leaves is mainly used, which are specially processed to make ropes, cords, sacks, fabrics and rugs. The sisal plant has a total life of approximately twenty-five years, of which 18 to 20 in production, although the most interesting thing is that during this life, the plant consumes more carbon dioxide than it produces. The entire cycle of this crop is 100% biodegradable, since each residue that is generated during its processing is totally reusable to generate fertilizers or bioenergy, for example.
In belicious.es we are very committed to the care of the planet in which we live and we are absolutely convinced that each individual gesture counts, so we propose different options to eliminate waste from your day to day easily. In this case, the bath mitt is something that will not change your beauty ritual much, except in the savings that it will mean for your pocket and your trash can. Take a look at the rest of the zero waste products that we propose and that we hope every day will be more on our website.