Storage standard soaps
Take care of your soap to make it last longer and stay fresh!
All soaps do well to dry up completely between uses. Therefore, try to aim for a suspension/soap dish/soap bag that has as little contact surface with the soaps as possible and that as much air circulates around the soap as possible.
Soaps are fresh products to some extent. Within six months, the scents and colors fade. If you are unlucky, the fat in overfatted soaps can go rancid after a few years, in which case you can tell by the smell. But many soaps just get better and better during storage and this is especially true of olive soaps such as castile soaps and Aleppo soaps.
Tip: If you find the soaps smearing in the sink, just spray with vinegar spray or bathroom cleaner and wipe with a cloth.