The Life of Your Soap


You may not love soap as much as we do, but, let's face it... you use it everyday. At least, we hope you do! Nothing is more frustrating that running out of soap, and we've been hearing some rumblings from some competitor customers about the lifespan of their soap, so we decided to put our Grenades up against one of those competitors to see who lasted. 

We wanted a fair test, so we ordered one of the top scents from another all-natural soap company, grabbed a grenade, and used one of our cedar soap dishes to make each soap last as long as possible and dry out between uses.

Each soap was used one-for-one, alternating uses between our Grenade and our competitors bar. We washed bar to skin; no washcloth, no loofa, just taking the bar and scrubbing head to toe.

It didn't take long to notice some differences. The competitor's bar felt more dense and heavier, which could have indicated it would last longer. Spoiler alert - it didn't. 

We also noticed the competitor's bar dried out our skin something fierce. We expected another all-natural product to have similar moisturizing effects like our Grenades, but found that wasn't the case, with our skin being left dry and almost scaly. After just four uses, the competitor's bar broke in half.

Each use after that, it continued to break. We don't know if you've ever tried to use pieces of soap to shower, but it ain't fun. Our grenade continued to hold up shower after shower, long after the competitor's bar disintegrated into pieces and disappeared.

Final results? Our competitor's bar lasted 7 showers. Okay, we'll give it 8 showers, but we were washing with several pieces on that 8th shower. Our grenade held up more than twice the number of showers, for a total of 17 showers of Freedom. 

We will gladly put our Grenades up against our competitor any day for any kind of judgement... there really isn't any comparison. What you do with this information is up to you, but here's our suggestion:

Ditch the Bar. Grab a Grenade.

Want to see more? Check out our video on YouTube showing exactly what each use looked like to compare side-by-side.


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