Our team is 100% committed to crafting a high-quality product that far exceeds regulatory requirements—and our most demanding customers' expectations. We're proud of the thousands of hours of hard work we've put in to refine our process to make Project EcoSoap bars insanely clean.
We employ economically disadvantaged women in developing countries to collect tons of gently used soap from hotels. We run all that soap through a three-stage, lab-certified sanitization process we developed in consultation with a team of chemists and public health experts.
First, every single soap bar is stripped of its exterior shell, which we then discard. This means that NONE of the soap we end up using has ever actually come into contact with another human being.
Next, we cut the soap into chips, and grind the chips into a fine powder.
Then we immerse the soap powder in a proprietary solution designed to completely sanitize it without sinking into the soap itself. That means when we rinse the solution off, it's really off, leaving nothing but clean soap.
From there, we add water and a few other finishing touches, and our women compress and craft the mixture into shiny new bars.
All our production lines regularly undergo rigorous inspections by government standards boards. The result is ultra-clean—so clean you could eat it, if it weren’t soap :)
We've already prevented hundreds of tons of soap from heading to landfills. And for every bar we sell, we're able to give 100 bars to children in need!