One of our customers challenged us to find a soap dish that ticked all the boxes: fun for kids, sustainably sourced and durable but unbreakable. We found these! They're made from sustainably grown corn by a small, woman-owned company in the USA.
During Earth Month £1 from every unit sold will go to Ocean Generation via Work for Good, supporting their mission to create an inclusive global movement to tackle ocean threats through science & storytelling.
About Soap Lift
Sea Lark Enterprises is a woman owned, family run company and the home of the original Soap Lift®. All of the material in and on every single one of their products is 100% made in the U.S.A. and sourced from small companies. They invest in their local community, including a work program for students with special needs.
About Ocean Generation
Ocean Generation (formerly Plastic Oceans) were formed in 2009. Their award-winning documentary ‘A Plastic Ocean’, was named by Sir David Attenborough as “one of the most important films of our time” and ignited mass public awareness about the impact of plastic on our Ocean. Their mission is to engage with young people to combining their disruptive energy with years of experience of storytelling through science and film. Their vision is a world where the Ocean is freed from human threats within a generation and where young people can be the catalyst for change.
About Corn Bioplastics
We thought long and hard before we brought anything 'plastic' into Rowdy Kind. In the end, it's "Reduce" first, and when we looked at other options (such as wooden soap dishes) the feedback we got was that they didn't tend to last in the wet bathroom environment, so customers were buying replacement dishes year after year. That's why we went with Soap Lift. The company shares our ethos, and they're made to last 100 years in the damp environment of your bathroom. If you do decide to dispose of it, it can be placed in your regular recycling bin.