Soap Care

Keep it Dry: Handmade soap needs to be kept dry between uses to prolong its lifespan. Use a well-draining soap dish or a soap lift that allows water to drain away from the soap, preventing it from sitting in water and becoming mushy.


Store in a Cool, Dry Place: Ensure your soap is stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and humidity. Excessive heat and moisture can cause the soap to soften, melt, or lose its fragrance.


Avoid Prolonged Water Exposure: Keep your handmade soap away from direct water streams in the shower or bath. This prevents it from dissolving quickly and helps it to last longer.


Allow for Air Circulation: After each use, make sure there is enough air circulation around the soap to allow it to dry thoroughly. This helps prevent the growth of bacteria and extends the shelf life of the soap.


Avoid Contact with Excessive Moisture: Keep the soap away from places where it might come into contact with excessive moisture, such as near a leaking faucet or in a steamy bathroom.