This type of soap dish (if it can be called a dish? Rack, maybe?) allows the water to drain away, and plenty of air to circulate around the soap, allowing it to dry out between uses.
Soap left sitting in a puddle of water stays softer, and is therefore used up much faster. In order to get the best lifespan – and therefore the best value for money – out of your soap, pop it on one of these after use, and it’ll last much longer.
These soap dishes is made from sustainable Hemu wood, from the Guger tree which grows in India. Here’s an “action shot” showing the size as compared to a bar of Corrin’s Folly – as you can see, it’s a perfect fit!