Natural sisal soap saver; Gentle Exfoliation and Rich Lather. Easy your skin; using a natural sisal soap saver causes the soap to really lather up further releasing the aromas of the soap for your enjoyment Prolongs Your Favorite Soap Life: By hanging your bar soap after use, it is able to dry. This will help your soap to last longer. To use, just place your favorite soap inside the bag and pull the drawstrings closed. Sisal gently exfoliates the skin's surface. A sisal soap saver causes the soap to lather quickly. Use for bathing, hand washing, showering and shaving. Sisal: The most useful plant you've never heard of. Sisal, a plant (which surrounded my childhood home in Barbados) with the botanical name Agave sisalana, is a species of Agave native to southern Mexico but widely cultivated and naturalized in many other countries. It yields a stiff fibre used in making various products. The term sisal may refer either to the plant's common name or the fibre, depending on the context. It is sometimes referred to as "sisal hemp", because for centuries hemp was a major source for fibre, and other fibre sources were named after it. The fiber is used in engineering, construction, paper and plastics (CNN)A nondescript, cactus-like plant, sisal is a $75 million crop that is grown on three continents and harvested for its leaves, which produce fibers that can be used to make plastics, textiles and paper. The plant is undergoing a renaissance in Tanzania, the second largest producer of the crop behind Brazil. Sisal was introduced to Tanzania in 1893 by Dr Richard Hindorf, a German agronomist, who transported 1,000 plants from Mexico. Only 62 made it safely, but those plants formed the basis of the entire continent's industry, according to Yunus Mssika, the director general of the Tanzania Sisal Board. "During the 1960's sisal was the main thing in the Tanzanian economy, and it contributed almost 65% of the foreign exchange of the country," he says. Read More: https://www.cnn.com/2015/11/10/africa/sisal-tanzania/index.html Be Happy!