If you are one of the many that has returned to using soap bars you’ll be pleased to know that there is an eco-friendly solution to storing your soap bar with the Croll & Denecke Soap Box Spruce, which is made from liquid wood and the offshoots of the spruce tree.
Croll & Denecke’s rectangular-shaped soap box, which is biodegradable, makes it easy to transport your soap or keep it intact when not in use. Light and practical, all natural ingredients used in the making of the wooden soap box makes the Croll & Denecke soap box completely plastic-free.
Also known as Arboform, liquid wood is a 100% organic bio-based plastic-like material made of wood mass (lignin and cellulose) left over from the paper making process in the pulp industry, combined with natural resins, flax and fibers and molded in high temperatures.
Liquid wood has all the benefits of plastic – such as flexibility, durability, and weight, as well as wood – fully recyclable, renewable, tactile and aesthetic, making it a great eco-friendly alternative to plastic.
Croll & Denecke is a family operated business founded in 1897 in Bremen, Germany specialising in processing raw natural sponges from the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. The company also produces a wide range of other spa and wellness products with sustainability and environmentally friendly use of raw materials from the sea as the central part of their business philosophy.
Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living