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Soap for Goodness Sake: Soap review

Soap for Goodness Sake
Soap for Goodness Sake

We are so pleased when we find companies selling excellent products, lending themselves to the futurability of life and owners who give to altruistic causes. Hence, let's just get that straight up off the top.

Soap for Goodness Sake contributes on a monthly basis to the following;

  • The Environmental Working Group
  • The local women’s shelter
  • Clean the World
  • The Audubon Society
  • Other charitable causes

Soap for Goodness Sake also sells many vegan items and do not believe in animal testing.

Recently, we had the opportunity to sample a couple of soap bars from Soap for Goodness Sake. The soaps are 4-ounce bars/squares, enveloped in FSC Vellum Paper and aged for 3-4 weeks before packaging.

The Coffee Almond Handmade Soap retails for $5.99 and is on sale right now for $5.69. It is an incredibly rich blend of organic extra virgin olive oil, almonds, sweet almond oil and coffee.

It smells so good that we are afraid to leave it in any other room of the house, other than the bathroom. Otherwise, we're afraid that a housemate would inadvertently take a bite out of it!

The Tea Tree Oil Handmade Soap retails for $5.99 and is on sale right now for $5.69. It is not as odoriferous as the coffee almond. The scent is rather feint, in fact. It is comprised of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Pure Grade Australian Tea Tree Oil. It smells primarily of eucalyptus and secondarily of cinnamon.

If you decide to purchase soap, please, take note the following;

How to Care for Your Soap:
Store your handmade soaps in a cool, dark place. Each scent should be stored separately in a plastic container or freezer bag to help retain scent and to keep them from absorbing moisture from the air. Handmade soaps are rich in natural glycerin and glycerin is a humectant which attracts moisture. When in use, soaps should be kept on a soap dish that drains very well and should be allowed to dry between uses. You can find soap dishes under "Bath Accessories" on our site.

Bulk batch soaps are best keep in a plastic container such as a plastic shoe box to protect from moisture and help retain their scent.

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