Soap Saver Bag (Agave)
Tips & FAQs
Tips & FAQs
Usage: Simply place the soap in the bag and hang in your shower to allow it to dry in between uses. Or, place your soap bar in the bag and use the agave bag as extra exfoliation as you suds up the soap in the bag!
Pro Tip: We like to save our little bits of soap (the ones that get too small to use really well) and throw them all in the soap saver bag together to suds up!
Storage: Soap Saver Bags can be stored hanging in or out of your shower. When not in use, rinse thoroughly, hang to dry, and store somewhere clean and dry (your bathroom cupboard is perfect!)
"we choose to create thoughtfully formulated, nature-based products that are good to our bodies and the planet."
- Sarah, Founder
I have suffered from extremely sensitive skin all my life...
finding clean & natural products that work, has been challenging! I have been using Pearl & Moss soaps, bath soaks & lip balm, and have had no allergic reactions or skin dryness/eczema.
- Megan, Canada
I love Pearl & Moss products!
Our first bar of shampoo lasted 2 months for 2 of us. My hair is feeling amazing with the ACV Rinse once a week.
- Gillienne, Canada
A little clay goes a long way!
I have not been disappointed in any product purchased from Pearl and Moss Botanicals, but I will say that my absolute fave is the Bath Soak Collection... Oh, and I also really like the fact that Sarah’s products are packed in paper, tin or glass!! That’s a real bonus for me!
- Carole, Canada
Love love love the Rosehip Exfoliant bar!
I use this about once a week in my shower routine during the winter to get rid of dry skin before adding moisture. It doesn’t have an overwhelming smell or super rough exfoliant that it’s hurting your skin. It’s actually gentle enough that I even use it on my face occasionally. Plus all the Rose makes me feel extra radiant! Highly recommend!
- Sierra, Canada
at Pearl & Moss, we work hard to create products that benefit our skin, while still being mindful of the environment. that's why we always cross reference the Environmental Working Group (EWG) Skin Deep Database to ensure what goes onto your body is good enough to go into the plant as well.