In 2001, Illinois native David Simnick, supported by his best friend Eric Vong, made the first collection of natural soaps in a college apartment of American University.

Years later, their products have been featured nationwide and promoted over 3 million donations. Each Soapbox product bought prompts a donation to of hygiene products and education.The bars themselves are made from recycling minimally used bars from hotels that  go through sanitizing and melting to make a brand new bar. The mission is clear, to empower people to change the world through everyday, quality purchases. With impact in over 50 countries it’s clear that Soapbox is here to stay and the potential for growth and sustainability is limitless.

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