Photography by: Luccia Lowenthal
Hello loves!!! I love summer and I’m so grateful to now live in a climate where I don’t have to wear a coat anymore. Before moving back to Florida, my boyfriend Andrew and I lived in Manhattan. A few years later we moved to Houston, Texas, which to our surprise had some pretty chilly winters as well! Moving back to South Florida was one of the things we have always dreamed about. While we aren’t fond of cold weather, I can’t tell you how good it feels to get clean after one of these hot and humid Miami summer days.
Lately, I have been exploring the right products that are not just good for my lifestyle, but are also kind to my skin, the environment, and the world. That’s why I am so grateful to have partnered with Soapbox Soaps . One of the reasons I was drawn to this company was because of their overall mission “soap = hope”. I learned that a single bar of soap and clean water can save 3,000 children’s lives each day. With every purchase or product that is sold with Soapbox Soaps, either a bar of soap or a month of clean water is given to a person in need. Sounds pretty incredible huh? Well it is!! We all try to do better and help out our neighbors and community, but Soapbox Soaps makes it easy to do so while purchasing the ordinary items that we use everyday.
On top of the mission of the company, the soaps and body washes are amazing!!! They are all free from parabens, EDTA, and phthalates. I always judge products by the way they feel on my skin and I love the way my skin is nourished by the ingredients and how they wash away the entire day! My favorite scent has to be the pomegranate… the smell is absolutely divine! These days, especially with the crazy things happening all over the world, it is important that we do our best to help each other. I’m so glad that the products I can purchase and use everyday will help someone else in need. Remember, soap equals hope. Check out all of their products here and help save some lives. Thanks for stopping by!
Special thanks to Soapbox Soaps for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.