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Bars of Hope Case of 12

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4 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Another product I'll be buying again

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I really do prefer these types of soaps it's just hard to find them. Love that they contain coconut oil and while I'm getting used to the strong lavender scent in the shower, I love that it tones down once you get out - still smells good just not so strong.

5

Feel-Good Purchase

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A feel-good purchase that also keeps you clean. A gift to Daughters, Granddaughter, and Daughter-in-Law. Smiles all around.

5

Clean

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Very light hint of lavender leaves my skin soft my husband asked if he could use it I laughed

5

Awesome

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Love this soap!

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The Health 2 Humanity Story

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Natural Goodness

These natural, hypo-allergenic soap bars nourish you—and bolster the health of communities in Africa.

When Maker John Celafu first traveled to Kenya, he realized many of the health issues kids faced could be avoided by building hygienic habits.

For every bar you buy, Health 2 Humanity donates a bar of soap to areas that need it. But, in addition to those donations, H2H kick-started 11 soap businesses in Kenya, Uganda, and Ghana—empowering local communities to make their own soap.

This teach-a-man-to-fish model drives commercial prosperity but also boosts the health of locals.

The first batches
of H2H soap were crafted in John’s dorm room. Partnered with Hezron in Kenya, John worked tirelessly to build a solid B-Corp and a reliable product.

This is quality soap, too. Made in the USA from natural oils and shea butter infused with aromatic African botanicals, these bars moisturize, provide UV protection, and can even help prevent acne.

Set the “bar” high by treating yourself—and entire communities—well.
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