SoapBox Soaps 100% Natural Mandarin Liquid Hand Soap - 8 oz. (236 ml)
SoapBox Soaps Mandarin Liquid Hand Soap is energizing, stimulating, and invigorating. SoapBox Soaps Mandarin Liquid Hand Soap will no doubt stimulate your senses. The fresh citrus smell of SoapBox Soaps Mandarin Liquid Hand Soap is perfect to brighten your day, while the all-natural ingredients will revitalize your skin. Each use of SoapBox Soaps Mandarin Liquid Hand Soap will become an even more enjoyable experience. SoapBox Soaps combined all the good stuff in their Mandarin Liquid Hand Soap that your skin needs to feel clean, soft, and nourished: moisturizing shea butter, aloe, and jojoba oil. SoapBox Soaps has taken the same steps in the production of their liquid soaps as they have in their bar soaps to make sure that you get to enjoy a great product, with an amazing social mission that is beneficial to your skin and the planet.
All of SoapBox Soaps Liquid Soaps contain:
- All Natural Premium Ingredients
- Moisturizing Shea Butter
- Rich Jojoba oil
- Sea Salt
All of SoapBox Soaps Liquid Soaps are:
- Cruelty free
- Gluten free
- Made in America
What is not in SoapBox Soaps Liquid Soaps:
- Palm Oil
- SLS (sodium laureth sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate)
- Artificial Fragrances or colors
Frequently Asked Questions:
What does Soapbox Soaps mean their soap is “all natural”?
The base of their soaps are made with all natural olive, coconut, soybean, and corn oils and scented with a blend of all natural essential oils. Soapbox Soaps include organic shea butter and unrefined sea salt both of which provide natural benefits for your skin.
What is the benefit of sea salt?
Sea Salt is a natural exfoliant and is an important ingredient in every one of Soapbox Soaps bars. The texture of the sea salt is smooth to the touch so it can gently slough off dead skin cells, and soften tough skin. Sea salt is made by taking water from either oceans or saline lakes and letting the water evaporate to leave the salts behind, whereas table salt is mined from salt deposits in the earth and heavily processed to produce “clean” salt.
What is the benefit of organic shea butter?
Shea butter is extracted from the nuts of the Shea tree (Butyrospermum parkii), which grows in the savannah of Western Africa. For millennia, people have used it to protect their skin from the drying winds and sun as well as to heal many skin problems, minor cuts and burns. The shea butter Soapbox Soaps uses is certified organic and is included in every bar of soap they make. Shea butter has a natural richness in essential fatty acids, phytosterols, vitamin E and D, provitamin A and allantoin, all of which have been used to improve the general health and wellness of skin.
Where are Soapbox Soaps products made?
Their soap is produced in Michigan City, Indiana.
Are Soapbox Soaps gluten free?
Their soap is completely free of ingredients derived from gluten-containing cereals including wheat (including kamut and spelt), barley, rye, Malts and triticale.
Are Soapbox Soaps palm oil free?
Yes. Palm oil is an edible plant oil and is derived from the mesocarp (reddish pulp) of the fruit of the oil palm. It is often used during the production of soap because it is a highly saturated vegetable fat which is conducive of the saponification process. The use of palm oil in food products attracts the concern of environmental groups due to the concerns that the high oil yield of the trees have led, in parts of Indonesia, to removal of forestry in order to make space for oil-palm monoculture. SoapBox Soaps has decided not to use palm oil due to these ethical considerations. Instead they use a combination of olive, coconut, soybean, and corn oils.
Are Soapbox Soaps vegan?
Yes. SoapBox Soaps has been certified by PETA as cruelty free and vegan friendly. Soapbox Soaps loves their furry friends and want to make sure that their team is the only ones testing their products. To be granted certification a company must: guarantee that no animal testing is conducted or commissioned for finished products or ingredients in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories or suppliers; obtain assurances from its suppliers and intermediary agents that no animal testing has been conducted on its behalf after a fixed date; and agree to independent verification of this policy and its application through an audit program.
Do Soapbox Soaps contain glycerin?
Yes, Glycerin is a natural part of the vegetable oils Soapbox Soaps uses to make their herbal soap, so it is a natural part of all SoapBox Soaps. Glycerin soap is gentler on skin than most soaps, making it a good choice for people who have particularly dry or sensitive skin. Soapbox Soaps qualify as “glycerin soaps,” because glycerin accounts for 9-10% of the final product. Unlike most commercial soap companies, Soapbox Soaps retains all glycerin produced during the saponification process. Since glycerin is a sellable commodity, commercial soap makers remove it for sale, or they keep trace amounts so that they can mention it on their labels. Soapbox Soaps differ from clear “glycerin soaps” because their bars are not transparent. To produce their transparency, “glycerin soaps” contain a sugar-alcohol compound that can dry your skin.
Do Soapbox Soaps contain lye?
The final product contains no lye. All soap, including SoapBox’s products, are made using lye (NaOH, “sodium hydroxide”). Even transparent “glycerin” soap and “melt and pour” soaps are made using lye. (Transparent glycerin soaps are made from oil and lye, like opaque soaps, except that a sugar-alcohol compound is added to maintain transparency.) In a properly produced soap, lye is a raw ingredient, but there is no lye that remains in the final product. All lye is consumed in the saponification process and presents no danger to you. Superfatting further ensures that all lye is consumed. Any company that claims their soap is not made with lye is either promoting false information or doesn’t understand the chemistry behind soap.
Is Soapbox Soaps' packaging sustainable?
Soapbox Soaps' packaging is made using 100% recycled fibers and an average of 35% post consumer recycled material and printed using vegetable based inks. Post consumer recycled materials are things like old corrugated containers, old magazines, old newspapers, office paper, old telephone directories, and residential mixed paper. Its just another way Soapbox Soaps is doing their part to keep the planet healthy.
Good. Clean. Soap.
Soapbox Soaps products are ethical, environmentally friendly, and natural...they are also great for your skin.
All SoapBox Soaps are:
- Cruelty Free & Vegan Certified
- Gluten Free
- Made in America
- 100% Recyclable Packaging
- Palm Oil Free
- Paraben Free
- Petrochemical Free
- Phthalate Free
- Sulfate Free
- Made with 100% Pure Hope
Donations Made Down The Street & Around The World
Through soap, clean water development, and vitamins, Soapbox works to save and improve lives around the world and here in the US. Soapbox works with local bar soap makers around the world to empower communities to support themselves.
About Soapbox Soaps
SoapBox Soaps was founded in 2010 with a simple mission: to empower consumers to change the world through everyday, quality purchases. The journey of making the first batch of soap in the college apartment kitchen of David Simnick, co-founder and CEO, to a nationwide presence in some of the largest retailers, all in 5 years, has been fast-paced but fantastic.
Simnick graduated a year early from American University with little direction on where he wanted to pour his passion and energy. He interned at both for-profit and nonprofit organizations during college, including a Senate internship. Looking for more challenge and leadership, he signed up for the Marine Corps. A few weeks before finalizing the plan, a friend who had started a small tech company asked him to come on and help out until his ship out date. Simnick fell in love.
After catching the entrepreneurship bug, Simnick canceled his Marine corp idea and began exploring entrepreneurship with his friend’s company while working full time for a USAID contractor. This experience led him to realize that clean water aid wasn’t being implemented to it’s fullest potential and wasn’t being paired with essential hygiene items like soap. That’s when it hit him: combine the love of entrepreneurship with the need of hygiene products. He called up his best friend and told him the idea, SoapBox Soaps was born, and the rest is in the suds!