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Due to COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria, EnviroShop Northcote is closed and EnviroShop Newstead is operating with some limitations. Northcote is open for online orders but currently our click and collect option is unavailable. Please contact us to organise pickup/collect (Mon, Thurs & Sat 10am - 3pm). Email us any time with for advice or general enquiries about our products. We are happy to organise quotes and urgent installations of Sanden hot water systems. Email us for a quote or call these plumbers for urgent work. For any service issues with Sanden hot water systems we recommend Craig Smith Plumbing on 0434 460 771. For general plumbing issues in Melbourne we recommend Off Grid Plumbing on 0488 454 543. Stay safe, Enviroshop Team.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria, EnviroShop Northcote is closed and EnviroShop Newstead is operating with some limitations. Northcote is open for online orders but currently our click and collect option is unavailable. Please contact us to organise pickup/collect (Mon, Thurs & Sat 10am - 3pm). Email us any time with for advice or general enquiries about our products. We are happy to organise quotes and urgent installations of Sanden hot water systems. Email us for a quote or call these plumbers for urgent work. For any service issues with Sanden hot water systems we recommend Craig Smith Plumbing on 0434 460 771. For general plumbing issues in Melbourne we recommend Off Grid Plumbing on 0488 454 543. Stay safe, Enviroshop Team.

Ethique In Shower Soap Container

$24.95

Made with bamboo & corn-starch, our certified compostable* in-shower containers (that’s right, compostable, not plastic) are specifically designed to keep your solid wash bars, shampoos and conditioners dry and last longer.

Size (approx): base: 8cm by 6.5cm, total height: 7.5cm
Fits: One Ethique shampoo & one Ethique conditioner; they will not fit our sturdy bodywash bars.

Pro tip: The container will last up to five years in your shower. To keep the container in tip-top shape, we recommend that the container is washed at least once a month with warm soapy water and dried thoroughly.

* These are certified compostable, but some councils don't accept these sorts of materials in their commercial facilities. To compost them you can pop them in your compost bin at home, or bury them in the garden if your council doesn't accept them.