SOAPBOTTLE by Berlin-based designer Jonna Breitenhuber proposes an innovative solution for reducing packaging waste by combining several similar products into one multi-purpose, dissolvable object. Essentially, SOAPBOTTLE introduces bottles made from soap that can be used to contain liquid hygiene products like shampoo or shower gel. On the inside of the bottles, there's a water-insoluble layer that helps to prevent the outer soap and the inner liquid from mixing. To make using both products as easy as possible, SOAPBOTTLE also includes a reusable metal closure and a hole with a strap to make the slippery form easier to handle or hang for drying purposes.
Over time, the contents of the soap-shaped bottle will disappear, along with the biodegradable packaging itself.
SOAPBOTTLE Contains Shampoo or Shower Gel & Doubles as a Bar of Soap
1. Reducing Packaging Waste - Creating multi-purpose soap-shaped bottles that combine several similar products into one object reduces packaging waste.
2. Innovative Product Design - Introducing dissolvable soap bottles with a water-insoluble layer allows for the containment of liquid hygiene products without compromising the soap packaging.
3. Sustainable Hygiene Solutions - Designing soap bottles made from soap itself provides a sustainable solution for packaging shower gel and shampoo.
1. Packaging - The packaging industry can adopt the concept of multi-purpose soap-shaped bottles to reduce waste and offer innovative solutions to customers.
2. Product Design - Product design industry professionals can explore the concept of dissolvable soap bottles and water-insoluble layers to create innovative packaging for various products.
3. Personal Care - The personal care industry can embrace the idea of soap bottles made from soap to provide sustainable and eco-friendly packaging for shower gel and shampoo.