Tetra Soap Mimics the Brutalist Look of Concrete Coastline Barriers

Gone are the days of dropping the slippery soap thanks to the Tetra Soap Ergonomic Soap Bar. Shaped like a tetrapod concrete structure employed to disperse incoming waves along the coast, this cool new Tetra Soap not only has a slip-free surface that also dries quicker than traditional bars of soap.

The Tetra Soap has been made with modern needs at heart to deliver customers with a premium product that will enable them to stay clean and enjoy a natural cosmetic experience. The soap is cold processed and made out of all-natural ingredients that are reported to help the product to create a rich lather that will not dry out your skin.

Among the list of ingredients are extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, organic citrus bioflavonoids, tea tree and sandalwood oil and myrrh, all of which do not upset the pH balance of the skin.

“Slow-made using a cold process production method, each handmade soap is individually cast in a unique Tetrapod-shaped mould which makes it 100 per cent slip free,” the brand said.

Designer Mike Mak is the mastermind behind the design, which is based the structure on concrete slabs called tetrapods. The Tetrapod was created in France in 1950 as a breakwater barrier to stop erosion and water damage.

Tetra Soap is available on their website and costs $23. It is also available in packs of three ($64) or as a monthly subscription ($240).

 

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