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James

Get Pumped for World Hand Hygiene Day

Get Pumped for World Hand Hygiene Day

Here's a random fact about me: I have a slight obsession with bars of soap - I love them and buying them is sort of a guilty (but clean) pleasure of mine. So, when Soapbox reached out to me to collab with them, I was pumped (get it?)!

Here's the deal: Soap is something that most of us get to use everyday and probably take for granted, but there are a lot of people that can't afford to buy something as simple as soap. Soapbox isn't just donating soap though, they are also educating families and kids on the importance of hand washing and hygiene. Honestly, I turn down a lot of collaborations, but I am all about using my blog for something good...and this is good! 

Wanna know how you can help? Soapbox is doing a soap drop to celebrate World Hand Hygiene Day on May 5th.  Their goal is to donate 10,000 bars of soap to people in need through their partnership with, Clean the World Foundation's "Soap in Schools" program. Your help will make a huge impact because for every purchase made using my code "10ksoapJamieK" (which will give you 10% off), Soapbox will double your donation! That means two bars of soap donated for every product you buy instead of one. How awesome is that? 

A little review... 

I received 3 bars of soap: Citrus & Peach Rose, Coconut Milk & Sandalwood and Sea Minerals & Blue Iris. The Coconut Milk and Sandalwood was my fave, but all three of them smell delicious! These soaps are packed with olive oil and shea butter and won't leave your skin with that icky dry feeling. I would also love to mention that these products are Paraben, EDTA, and petrochemical free. You can use my code now through 5/31/18. 

Let's help Soapbox and Clean the World Foundation spread hygiene education around the world! If you'd like to read more information about where the 10,000 bars of soap are going, please visit: https://cleantheworldfoundation.org/stories-from-the-field/

 Soap = hope

Soap = hope

xoxo,

James

 

 

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