Perfect for traveling, camping, backpacking, hiking, or any event when life is on the go! Enjoy the generous, bubbly lather wherever life may take you. It’s the perfect natural way to stay clean!
The natural soap specifications
The Mountain Mist soap ingredients
This natural soap is made out of saponified oils of coconut and olive (with retained glycerine), citrus pine and peel fragrance oil, and spring water.
How to use the soap
Wherever it may be – a waterfall, lake, river, creek, beach, post-hike rest – simply twist up the soap stick to expose more surface area and apply! Use water for best application. If you let go of the travel soap stick – no worries, it will float conveniently right by your side.
Smell fresh, feel fresh, stay eco-friendly
Enjoy your next adventure with Twin Springs Mountain Mist Soap Stick! Handcrafted from scratch, Mountain Mist includes saponified oils of coconut and olive! The soap is crafted into the travel container using the cold process approach, preserving the beneficial properties of these organic oils making our soap gentle, soothing, and super soft!
About Twin Springs Co.
Twin Springs was created by Kurt Strittmatter with the idea in mind to make a more convenient clean outside the comfort of your home.
“The idea came to me while daydreaming in class about my travels two months earlier throughout Central America and Europe. Instead of focusing on the vascular system lecture, something else caught my attention. I was caught up in what a beautiful world we live in and qestioned how can we humans keep it pristine and “Natural”. After traveling to Central American countries with lack of running water and soap in each hostel I didn’t feel as clean and comfortable as I should. I thought of all the liquid soaps that either exploded on the airplane or in my bag when hopping from place to place. I knew there had to be a much more suitable way to stay clean while traveling, without the mess and headache of liquid soaps. The idea of a bar of soap in some sort of container to make it less of a mess for people, a deodorant case to be exact, came to me in that boring lecture.”