Going Green For the Holidays With The Water Bottle Soap Company

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We’re going green this holiday season with The Water Bottle Soap Company. What if I told you that the soap I’m about to show you was molded from a water bottle? What if I told you that this soap is also vegan, antibacterial and pure heaven? Would you even believe me? I didn’t think so, because honestly, neither did I!

Here’s what The Water Bottle Soap Company has to say:

Why are we called “The Water Bottle Soap Company”? Well, in this day and age of everyone trying to “go green” we’ve devised a way to reuse empty water bottles as our signature guest soap mold. We are doing our part for the environment by collecting empty water bottles and giving them one more use before they are sent off to the recycling plant for further processing and reusing.

You can read more about their uses in their FAQ section.

Here’s a beautiful guest soap called Sea Breeze:

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I love how bright the color is and I can almost smell the sea just by looking at the picture! I should have picked this one (I just can’t stop drooling over it!) however, I did receive this awesome package!

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The Cocomo Soap is this month’s best seller and hands down, I don’t blame them! When they say it’s made with grated coconut, I believe them. I can literally smell the freshness emanating through the wrapping!

The French Lavender just transported me over to the French Country side with rolling hills of purple delicate lavender. I felt relaxed as soon as I sniffed it.

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Let’s talk about this adorable little soap pouch shall we? I know most of us use loufas, because body wash is most often used. These pouches are definitely ideal! They fit these guest soaps perfectly! They’re handy and you can hang them up to dry when you’re done. You can use them in the shower, or to wash your face with it. The terry cloth is super soft!

Not to mention that this is a wonderful way to continue staying green! Just add all the little bits of soap into the pouch and use them until they’re all gone! Voila!

You’re probably wondering why I haven’t mentioned that adorable little Christmas Elf yet. Well I wanted to leave it for last. Not only does it smell super clean and fresh, it makes a wonderful stocking stuffer for kids! If you don’t want to give it away, you can use it as decoration. Just remove the packaging and sit him up on a shelf. He’s the perfect size for the linen closet! He’ll even help keep them smelling fresher for longer!

So if you’re in a pinch and not sure how to accommodate your guests this Holiday Season, check out The Waterbottle Soap Company and pick out some delicious scents and stocking stuffers! There’s bound to be a scent for everyone!

Which scents catch your drift?

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Disclaimer:
This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.

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LaDonna Dennis

LaDonna Dennis is the founder and creator of Mom Blog Society. She wears many hats. She is a Homemaker*Blogger*Crafter*Reader*Pinner*Friend*Animal Lover* Former writer of Frost Illustrated and, Cancer...SURVIVOR! LaDonna is happily married to the love of her life, the mother of 3 grown children and "Grams" to 3 grandchildren. She adores animals and has four furbabies: Makia ( a German Shepherd, whose mission in life is to be her attached to her hip) and Hachie, (an OCD Alaskan Malamute, and Akia (An Alaskan Malamute) who is just sweet as can be. And Sassy, a four-month-old German Shepherd who has quickly stolen her heart and become the most precious fur baby of all times. Aside from the humans in her life, LaDonna's fur babies are her world.

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Annette Centorbi
6 years ago

All of them sound so sweet smelling, but i would have to go with the most popular, the Cocomo soap I think the Christmas Elf is sooo cute looking and would make a great stocking stuffer!

Janet
6 years ago

The Elf is great for a Christmas gift idea this year. Thanks

Janet
6 years ago

French Lavender

Judy Schechter
Judy Schechter
6 years ago

The French Lavender sounds heavenly!

Lyndsey
Lyndsey
6 years ago

Love the Elf for Christmas! 🙂

michelle elizondo
michelle elizondo
6 years ago

I love soap so this is a good idea! I could use these products.

Marti Tabora
Marti Tabora
6 years ago

These soaps look awesome, I would love to try the Cocomo Soap.

Edna Williams
Edna Williams
6 years ago

The French Lavender Soap sounds awesome!

Darlene Sullins
Darlene Sullins
6 years ago

Awesome review! All of these sound super awesome! I would LOVE to have the French Lavender!

Cindy Ray
Cindy Ray
6 years ago

The elf soap is so cute my kids would love it so much!

Dana Rodriguez
Dana Rodriguez
6 years ago

Nice review.These soaps sound really nice!

Jackie
Jackie
6 years ago

I agree that the Sea Breeze soap is beautiful and I bet it smells wonderful. I also love the terry soap pouch. Looks like it would be softer on the skin than a loufah
Thanks for the review!

Esperanza Gailliard
Esperanza Gailliard
6 years ago

I love that these soaps are made by using recycled water bottles. You always hear negativity with water bottles so something good for a change!

Nicole Krutz
Nicole Krutz
6 years ago

the french lavender sounds enticing! I love that this is animal friendly!

Christa Bengtsson
Christa Bengtsson
6 years ago

These are seem very great, Love great smelling soap.

Amanda Alvarado
Amanda Alvarado
6 years ago

My dd would love the Elf soap and I’d love the soap pouch!!!

Holly Thomas
Holly Thomas
6 years ago

I love the soap pouch.

Jennifer Rote
Jennifer Rote
6 years ago

The Cocomo sounds like one I would like. The Elf is so cute!

rochelle haynes
rochelle haynes
6 years ago

I like French Lavender

Robin Abrams
Robin Abrams
6 years ago

The little elf soap is cute my grandkids would love it. I would really love to try this soap

Sacha Schroeder
Sacha Schroeder
6 years ago

This soap sounds nice! I would love to try Cocomo Soap.

heather e.g. kaufman
heather e.g. kaufman
6 years ago

I bet the Cocomo soap smells yummy!

Terri Daughtridge
Terri Daughtridge
6 years ago

I love handmade homemade stuff! Lavender sounds amazing.

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
6 years ago

That Cocomo Soap is calling my name…bet it smells great!

Kelly
Kelly
6 years ago

I love the soap pouch. I think that would be a great thing for my family. I love most scents. I like clean smell. Lavender always makes me smile.

nickie
nickie
6 years ago

The elf soap is so cute!

Betty Hardin JOnes
Betty Hardin JOnes
6 years ago

The French Lavender would be awesome. Would be great to shower with before bed. Would make for a nice calming & restful night.

Tamra Phelps
Tamra Phelps
6 years ago

Oh, I just realized that the soaps are molded from the bottom of water bottles! Yep, that design is familiar. I love that!

Taswmom
6 years ago

I love how they use the bottom of the old water bottles to form the soaps! That is such a great idea!

lei
lei
6 years ago

makes me really want to try it. i wonder if it smells like coconut too.

Sandra watts
6 years ago

I love natural soaps. They have great scents available too.

Jen Haile
Jen Haile
6 years ago

These are really cute soaps and sound like they smell really good!

kathy downey
kathy downey
6 years ago

The French Lavender sounds so nice

Christa L.
Christa L.
6 years ago

These products look so nice! They would also be perfect to give as gifts!

Nancy
Nancy
6 years ago

These are two scents that I think I’d especially enjoy: White Tea and Ginger and Citrus Kiss. They are clever to use discarded water bottles as soap molds.

Virginia Rowell
Virginia Rowell
6 years ago

What a great way to recycle! I love the idea and the soaps sound wonderful.

Maggie Anders
6 years ago

Oh I love natural products. The soap pouch and the lavender soap would make such a luxurious bath time experience.

Christina Swenson
Christina Swenson
6 years ago

I love the idea of putting little bits of soap in the terry cloth. This would be a great way to save my family a little money!

Crissie Woolard
Crissie Woolard
6 years ago

The Elf is great for a Christmas gift idea this year. Great stocking stuffers

linda w.
linda w.
6 years ago

I love that they are so “green” and have such wonderful scents.

melissa cushing
6 years ago

I love this product line! You introduced me to another new product line and company and I love it! Thanks for sharing! The Sea Breeze soaps look wonderful!

desiree
desiree
6 years ago

the laverder and the elf soap

Becca
6 years ago

That sounds like a great company! I can see how the soap looks like a water bottle bottom. I bet the French lavender smells amazing!

Darlene Jones-Nelson
Darlene Jones-Nelson
6 years ago

What A great Idea! Using the bottoms of water bottles to use for molds

Michelle oakley Warner
Michelle oakley Warner
6 years ago

what a great idea to mold soap out of water bottles, thats awesome, great post im going to get me some soap, that is vegan i love ity

polly
polly
6 years ago

The scents sound wonderful! I like their company is helping the environment!

shelleyb
shelleyb
6 years ago

I have a weakness for coconut. I’d love to try the cocomo – especially if it is made from grated coconut. I’d believe it is one of the top sellers.

lisa
lisa
6 years ago

I like that they recycle. I love hand made scented soaps. A pleasant fragrance really helps wake me up and lift my mood.

Lyndi Malarchuk
Lyndi Malarchuk
6 years ago

The Elf is adorable, but I lovelovelove French Lavender!

robyn donnelly
robyn donnelly
6 years ago

I will gladly try vegan soaps and organic/natural items. We are trying to ge green all the way but it will take a little time.

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