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Trek and Travel Pocket Body Wash


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Palm-sized soap leaves

Trek and Travel Pocket Soaps contain 50 leaves of pure, dry soap so there's no risk of leakage in your luggage or pack, or having it confiscated by airport security.

The easy-to-ration leaves mean you'll have plenty of soap to last your entire trip. Handy for travel or camping because they're lightweight and compact, they're also biodegradable so they won't harm the environment when used in accordance with Leave No Trace principles.


BEST USE: Camping, travel, hiking, backpacking
TSA Compliant


  • Biodegradable
  • Won't harm the environment when used in accordance with Leave No Trace principles
  • Light Green Tea fragrance
  • 50 soap leaves in each pack
  • TSA/ airport security approved carry-on compliant
  • Comes in five types: Body Wash, Conditioning Shampoo, Hand Wash, Laundry Wash and Shaving Soap


  • Can this soap be used in lakes and streams?
    No. While this wash is biodegradable and able to break down through biological action and UV, it will harm aquatic life if used directly in streams, ponds, and lakes. Practice Leave No Trace and dispose of waste water 200ft / 70m from any water source.
  • Can I use this to wash in a stream or lake?
    No. Even though biodegradable means that contact with water / UV helps ingredients break down over time, biodegradable soaps are actually harmful to aquatic life. Use Leave No Trace principles and wash at least 200 ft / 70m from a body of water.
  • How do I use the shampoo with conditioner?
    Take a couple of leaves from the package before getting into the shower. Hold the leaves in the palm of your hand and add a little water, then rub your hands together until a lather has formed. Finally, wash and rinse your hair just like you would with a liquid hair shampoo.
  • How many leaves should be used in a washing machine?
    While washing in a sink (2 gallons/ 7 Liters) requires only 1-2 leaves, you'd need 10–25 leaves for a load in a washing machine that uses 20–50 gallons of water. However, laundromat washing machines have plenty of soap residue, so 5–6 leaves may work for a small load.