Elegantly textured for a firm grip, the concrete dish and lid holds a shaving soap "puck" made of natural olive, coconut, and apricot kernel oils; add a little water to create a luxurious lather. Extend the the soap's life by storing it in the covered dish or on top of the self-draining lid between shaves. Dish and lid is cast out of concrete in Charleston, South Carolina. Soap made in Pittsburgh.
Responsible Business Practices
Port Living Company is dedicated to producing the finest quality architecture grade concrete housewares in the world.
Port Living Company pays employees a wage of $13/hr. following a one month training period, which exceeds Charleston County's living wage.
- Local (South Carolina State) minimum wage: $7.25
- Federal minimum wage: $7.25
- Living wage of Charleston County: $12.33
paid time off
Following 6 months of employment, employees qualify for 3 days PTO and 2 sick days. After one year of employment, employees qualify for 5 days PTO and 3 sick days.
recycling primary/secondary materials
All waste concrete that Port Living Co. produces is pulverized and incorporated into concrete mix. No concrete is wasted in the production process.
Port Living Co. does not have a charitable giving program, but meet all other Collection requirements.
Environmentally Friendly Materials
Recycled concrete and all natural ingredients.
The Lather Dish & Shaving Puck is packed in a partially recycled and 100% recyclable corrugated carton.
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