Soapbox Coconut Milk & Sandalwood Hand Soap
Last updated date: May 21, 2020
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With every purchase of this natural hand soap, the company donates three bars of soap to those in need. The soap itself creates a thick lather to wash away dirt yet leave hands silky smooth. It's also infused with bataua fruit oil, which works to improve the elasticity of your skin. In our analysis of 9 expert reviews, the Soapbox Soapbox Coconut Milk & Sandalwood Hand Soap placed 4th when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
Editor's Note May 21, 2020:
Checkout The Best Natural Hand Soap for a detailed review of all the top natural hand soaps.
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From The Manufacturer
Already have our luxe designed bottles or a favorite dispenser? Our sea minerals & blue iris refill liquid hand soap is here to keep plastics at bay while still providing your hands with a moisturizing cleaning experience. Gently soothe your hard-working hands with the natural detoxifying properties of sea minerals. Deep-sea water is pumped out straight from the source to bring you the complex abundance of minerals to help refresh and gently cleanse your skin. Paired with the fresh, floral scent of blue iris, this soap will leave a light, airy aroma with each wash. This shea butter and aloe vera blended hand soap will not only leave your skin clean, but also gently moisturized.
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An Overview On Natural Hand Soaps
Not only is handwashing important for good hygiene, but it can also protect a person from certain respiratory illnesses that are transferred by touch. Unfortunately, not all hand washes are created equal. Many contain chemicals that dry out your skin, which actually makes your skin more susceptible to infection. It’s best to shop for a natural hand soap that cleanses and nourishes skin.
Start off looking for natural hand soaps that meet your style of living. For example, Puracy Natural Liquid Hand Soap, 12-Ounces is vegan-friendly and never tests its products on animals. It’s also gluten-free and hypoallergenic. Other brands advertise that their ingredients are free of GMOs.
Next, double-check that the natural hand soap is free of artificial fragrances, dyes, parabens, sulfates, triclosan, phosphates and any other chemical product that could irritate skin.
Once you eliminate natural hand soaps that contain unpleasant ingredients, you can begin looking for a formula that cleans and moisturizes your skin. The Everyone Meyer Lemon and Mandarin Hand Soap contains aloe, which not only moisturizes but also soothes skin. Shea butter is another ingredient to keep an eye out for, as it’s excellent at restoring moisture to your skin without leaving your hands feeling greasy.
Check the natural hand soap’s product label for any added ingredients that provide a benefit to your skin. For example, the ECOS Earth Friendly Products Hand Soap, 17-Ounces includes vitamin E, grapefruit seed extract and lemongrass oil that are full of nutrients and powerful antioxidants. The Soapbox Coconut Milk & Sandalwood Hand Soap contains bataua fruit oil, which does a great job of improving the elasticity of your skin.
Finish your search for the best natural hand soap by opting for a brand with a pleasant scent. There are hand soaps that have a citrus smell, as well as soaps that give off a floral aroma, like lavender or rose. Vanilla is another popular scent that never goes out of style.
DWYM Fun Fact
Did you know the most expensive bar of soap in the world is made in Lebanon and costs $3,800? It’s true! The bar is actually infused with gold dust, virgin honey and diamonds. Here are a few more interesting soap facts:
- More than $60 billion was spent in the United States in the year 2016 on soap and other cleaning products.
- America’s first company to mass-produce soap was William Colgate’s company, known today as the Colgate-Palmolive company, back in 1806.
- Liquid soap wasn’t patented until 1865. Currently, liquid soap is just as available as bar soap. In fact, many Americans prefer it. In 2019, 297.4 million individuals in the United States used liquid hand soap. This number is expected to jump to 306.84 million by 2023.
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- Only 5% of the population actually washes their hands for the right length of time. Experts recommend washing hands for a total of 20 seconds each time. Children who can’t yet count to 20 can sing the song “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” while they rub the soap over their fingers and hands.
- It’s good practice to use a paper towel to dry your hands after washing and then use that paper towel to turn off the water. This way you won’t recontaminate your hands.
- Although natural hand soaps are free of harsh chemicals, they may still contain ingredients that are harmful if swallowed. Always supervise young children when they use soap to clean their hands.
- Your hand soap can actually be used to complete many tasks in addition to cleaning your hands. You can mix the soap with water and spray it on the underside of your plant leaves to prevent pest infestations, pour a little over a stuck zipper to loosen it up and coat a sewing needle so that it is easier to poke through your fabric. You can even spray your car tires with a mixture of soap and water to detect a leak. If you spot any bubbling, that’s where you have a leak.
- Look at the price per ounce when comparing natural hand soaps. The Everyone Meyer Lemon and Mandarin Hand Soap is one of the more affordable chemical-free hand soaps on the market. You’ll find the Puracy Natural Liquid Hand Soap, 12-Ounces to be moderately priced. Both the ECOS Earth Friendly Products Hand Soap, 17-Ounces and the Soapbox Coconut Milk & Sandalwood Hand Soap have higher price tags.