In January I ordered Nohbo Shampoo Drops to try and review. The Nohbo company had been featured in an update episode of “Shark Tank” after its initial appearance in 2016. After that 2016 episode, I had ordered Nohbo Shampoo Balls, which were the original version of the eco-friendly shampoo balls. The order partially crumbled during shipping and I was unable to get my hands on another order in the three years since. The company has since gone through many changes and the shampoo was reformulated into Drops. I am excited to finally receive my order soon (I hope!); it has been delayed since January. Because I haven’t received my order, the company sent me its Nohbo Coconut Soap Slips to try for free.
I first wondered how these little slips of paper would work as soap. On my first try I was immediately impressed. To use Soap Slips, you simply put one of them under water for about 1-3 seconds, then you can start lathering and washing your hands as you normally would. It works really well. For me, these would be super helpful to carry in my purse for those occasions when you might not have access to soap on the go. Road trips come to mind. Sometimes if you use a public restroom it might be lacking soap, especially at rest areas. Though this doesn’t happen frequently I like to be prepared. For now, I keep these in my bathroom to replace soap in plastic bottles.
The Soap Slips made me eager to see how the Shampoo Drops and Body Wash Drops will work. Soap Slips come in a pack of 60 slips ($6.99) or 360 Slips ($29.99). They are vegan, cruelty-free, and paraben-free. The container is recyclable.
According to Nohbo’s website: “NOHBO Drops are single use, water soluble pods containing shampoo, conditioner, body wash or shaving cream. Each Drop, when mixed with shower water, offers an excellent personal care experience free of harsh chemicals, parabens, sulfates, and damage to the environment.”
Have you heard of Nohbo? Would you try these Soap Slips?
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Marette Flora is the founder of Floradise blog and personalized gift shop. Marette is a passionate storyteller and creator. She attended the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication.
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