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SOAP Charity's Handcrafted 5oz-6oz Bars

Here at the TBBF we encourage and support small businesses. 

One of our customers has developed a full line of wonderfully scented and unscented soaps, all made by hand! 

All profits from these soaps are deposited directly into our PEBS avian rescue/sanctuary program to help these organizations care for the birds they rescue.

If you see a scent on our list that we do not currently have in stock please use the "Remind me when in stock" button to request it, or simply email us at

The “Story on Liquid Soap”

Not only are liquid soaps filled with chemicals like Sodium Laureth Sulfate, a foaming agent and comm0n degreaser used in auto garages, but their containers take up room in landfills polluting our environment. Bar soaps impact our earth less and they require far less packaging.

Antibacterial soap will affect the biology of septic tanks. Liquid soap tends to be easily overused and may create problems in the system. We recommend the use of bar soaps not labeled as “antibacterial.”

On average, real handmade bar soap has few ingredients that translate into fewer chemicals. Most liquid soaps are filled with antibacterial triclosan which encourages the flourishing of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

There is no evidence to suggest that antibacterial soaps are more effective than bar soap for preventing infection under most circumstances in the home or in public spaces. Therefore, when it comes to lowering the risk for spreading infection the Center for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) suggests that regular bar soap is adequate for the general public and that antibacterial soaps can be saved for those working in healthcare, child care, or food preparation settings.

*This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

*This information shall not be interpreted as specific prescription or usage advice and is published as a general guideline only.

See descriptions & ingredients here.


Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Shea Butter, Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Castor Oil, Fragrance or Essential Oil

H – 6.1, F – 5.0, S – 5.8, M – 6.3 


Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Grapeseed Oil, Castor Oil, Fragrance or Essential Oil     

H – 6.2, F – 4.7, S – 6.0, M – 6.3 


Each handcrafted soap has ‘predicted qualities’ from the properties of the base oils which make up each recipe: 

H = Hardness (Long Lasting); F = Fluffy (Big Bubbles); 

S = Stable Lather (Creamy);     M = Moisturizing (Conditioning) 

There are substitutions and additions to these recipes, such as instead of distilled water, we may use goat's milk, aloe vera juice, or flat beer.  Other additives we may use are buttermilk powder, half n half cream, different clays, charcoal, colloidal oatmeal, jojoba beads, zinc oxide, natural pigments for color, etc.  So, each bar of soap has a label with a list of all ingredients contained in that bar, including the type of fragrance or essential oil.