Top Hand Soaps for Your Airbnb

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Many people have a favorite soap for their home. Some prefer a bar of soap, while others prefer foam or liquid. And then comes the scent options, or possibly no scent at all! So, as a host, what are the top hand soaps for your Airbnb? Here’s a list of our favorites.

1. OUAI Hand Wash

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OUAI hand wash is designed to exfoliate and hydrate as well as clean. OUAI’s bottle design is simple and elegant, just like its product. The soap has a delicate scent, not an overpowering one, so it is a great choice to leave out for your guests.

The hand wash is available in a 16 oz bottle if you want to try it out, or you can save money by purchasing a value or bulk-size instead. Your guests will appreciate the touch of such luxurious hand soap, especially if you choose to pair it with other OUAI products.

2. Hand in Hand Nourishing Liquid Hand Soap 

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Another hand soap that will delight your guests is from the company Hand in Hand. The hand soap comes in scents such as:

  • Sea Salt: Ideal for a beach retreat
  • Citrus Grove: Refreshing while not being overpowering.
  • Cactus Blossom: A fragrant spring scent
  • Sweetgrass: Perfect for summer locations

Whichever scent you choose, you can’t go wrong! Or, try them all by purchasing a six-pack of the 10 oz soaps. Your guests will be impressed with the bottle’s simple, yet vibrant design. Additionally, Hand in Hand Nourishing Liquid Hand Soap is vegan, cruelty-free, and is made with coconut oil.

3. Life Is Pure Liquid Hand Soap

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Life is pure, indeed! These soaps come in a total of six different scents:

  • Eucalyptus Mint
  • Aqua Mist
  • Wild Lavender
  • Citrus Grove
  • Coconut Shea
  • English Rose

Whatever aesthetic you are looking for with your Airbnb, you can find the perfect scent to match it. The liquid hand soap from Life is Pure has been reviewed over 1,500 times on Amazon and has a 4.5-star rating.

4. Soapbox Hand Soap 

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Soapbox prides itself on giving back to those in need. As such, purchasing a three-pack of their soaps triggers a donation of three bars of soap to a person in need. Soapbox Hand Soap comes in a wide variety of scents, including:

  • Lavender and Marshmallow Root
  • Pomegranate and Plum
  • Coconut Milk and Sandalwood

The hand soap is sized at 12-ounces per bottle and available in a three-pack. Your hands will smell good, and you’ll help others at the same time. 

5. Method Foaming Hand Soap, Sea Minerals 

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If you have a lot of sinks in your Airbnb and are looking to get the same hand soap for every single one, you may be looking for value option instead of the best smelling or most luxurious soap. Method Foaming Hand Soap is sold in packs of six (10 ounces each) for just under $20.

Method Foaming Hand Soap is different from others on the list because it, as the name implies, dispenses foam soap instead of liquid soap. This form of soap can allow the product to last longer since one pump is enough soap for each washing. You may even choose to put your foam soap into a dispenser that creates shapes when pumped out, such as the iconic Mickey head; this may be special if your Airbnb is near a theme park. 

Method Foaming Hand Soap comes in several scents, such as Sweet Water and Sea Minerals. Their product is cruelty-free and the container is made with recycled plastics (except the pump).

6. Mrs. Meyer’s Liquid Hand Soap 

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Mrs. Meyer’s Liquid Hand Soap is well known in the soap industry. The brand is associated with two major things: quality and environmental consciousness. Mrs. Meyer’s Liquid Hand Soap is biodegradable, cruelty-free, and made with olive oil and aloe vera.

Linked above is the Lemon Verbena scent, which produces a faint citrus smell that Amazon reviewers love. The soap has over 20,000 reviews and an average rating of 4.8-stars. Talk about satisfied customers!

7. Everyone Liquid Hand Soap 

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Everyone Liquid Hand Soap is lavender and coconut scented and can be purchased in three different sizes, 12.75-oz., 32-oz., and 128-oz. Everyone Liquid Hand Soap is also priced fairly. You can save by purchasing a three-pack of the 12.75-ounce bottles.

Everyone Liquid Hand Soap is made with various cruelty-free ingredients and even includes essential oils! This variety of hand soaps is truly a great fit for… well, everyone!

8. Evolved By Nature Liquid Hand Soap 

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The next hand soap on our list is sold in a pack of three (10 ounces each) and is created by the company Evolved By Nature. The soap features activated silk technology, which uses “real silk in liquid form.” Besides this unique quality, Evolved By Nature Liquid Hand Soap is all-natural and will clean and moisturize your hands.

9. J.R. Watkins Foaming Hand Soap

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J.R. Watkins has been in the soap business since 1868, so you know they know their soaps! The featured foaming hand soap is lemon-scented, but J.R. Watkins offers various scents, including:

  • Vanilla Fig
  • Ocean Breeze
  • Grapefruit

J.R. Watkins Foaming Hand Soap is sold in packs of six, with the bottles being 9 ounces each.

10. Kiss My Face Fragrance Free Liquid Hand Soap

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The final soap on our list is slightly different from the others. This soap is unscented. If you are concerned about overwhelming your guests with too many scents or are unsure which scent your guests will prefer, Kiss My Face natural hand soap may be the best choice for your Airbnb.

Kiss My Face products are vegan and cruelty-free. The product is well-reviewed on Amazon and has over 450 ratings with an average of 4.5 stars. If you are looking for an unscented hand soap that will delight your guests, look no further!

Final Thoughts

Finding the perfect soap for your Airbnb is a fine art; keep trying until you find one that works best for your Airbnb location.

About the Author Rachel Jones

Rachel Jones is an award-winning writer and editor from Oklahoma City, OK. Her work has been published on influential sites, including Entrepreneur and International Business Times. She spent several years in property management and leasing, handling short-term rentals, student housing, and community rentals. Rachel is also experienced in staging and real estate photography. With a B.A. in English in her back pocket, Rachel combines her passion for property management with her storytelling ability to offer Airbnb hosts helpful advice as they monetize their homes.