I have this soap blog and have been sent soaps to try from all over the place. Some of the soaps have been wrapped with great care and some........ well... not so much. Let's just say, soaps wrapped loosely, then mailed, sometimes do not always stay married to their fellow wrapper. I wish I could say that my house is full of closets with shelves that I could store all these gorgeous soaps I receive, but, I do not. I live in a modest house with little storage other than the hot garage and unfortunately my garage gets to about 200 degrees in the Summer.I'd have to say that's right out for safe soap storage.
So, I keep the batches of soaps together on spare shelves, in large bowls and in drawers all in my nice, cool bedroom. Two of the soaps (out of all the ones I've received) have lost their wrappers. This makes me extremely sad today, especially because I am pretty much in LOVE with a soap I opened and started using this morning. I have come to realize that stamping your company name or logo into each soap bar is super critical and has two important outcomes for you and your soap company and for me as a reviewer and for the customer without a doubt. Everyone wins because what is accomplished? Company recognition.
1. If the wrapper becomes lost, the soap is still represented by you.
2. If the soap is taken into the shower, no matter who uses the shower for the next few days, the soap is recognizable to everyone bathing. Hey, silent advertising is awesome!
Here are 3 examples of beautiful soaps with stamps: