How to Store Shampoo & Conditioner Bars
In your bathroom:
Keep your bars dry between washes by sitting them in a soap rack or soap lift, on a dry face cloth, or in a breathable soap bag. Don't leave them on a wet surface - make sure you have drainage underneath for excess moisture. It’s best to keep your bars out of the shower to give them a proper chance to dry, especially if you live in a house with flatmates or kids!
Make sure the bars are thoroughly dry before you put them in your travel tins. Air dry your shampoo and conditioner bars well or pat them dry with a towel.
#1 Pro Tip: Remove the lid from your travel tin and use 2 x rubber bands around the tin to form a cross, which will act as a rack for your shampoo bar to air dry!
Take your travel tins with you wherever you go: to the gym, camping, or on vacation. Liquid free means you can take them on the plane in your carry on!