This green soap bar is our small way of helping to raise awareness to the fact that thousands of people on the waiting lists for organ transplants.

We are proud to offer this beautiful soap bar because it is great for your skin. It is handmade with lots of natural ingredients like olive oil and coconut oil. It gently cleanses your skin with a rich creamy lather while the fresh amazing grace aroma soothes your soul.

Great gift for people needing a transplant, and for their families. It can also be given to doctors and nurses who are treating and saving the lives of people with organ failure.

SCENT: Amazing Grace (fresh clean scent)

NOTE: Beautifully packaged. Ready for gift giving.


We Give Back

50% of the proceeds from this little green soap bar will be donated to: AMERICAN KIDNEY FUND.

Our green soap bar is in honor of 2 of our family members who have gratefully been recipients of an organ transplant. Donielle-a kidney transplant, and Beverly-a heart transplant.

Our soaps are made in small batches using the cold process method. Unlike commercial, mass-produced soaps, handmade soaps take weeks to cure. This long curing process maintains the integrity of the nutrients, essential oils and vitamins. Handmade soaps do not contain any preservatives, bleaches or fillers. All of the natural glycerin is retained which allows you to cleanse your body without stripping away natural oils.

Handmade soaps may have a higher entry price, but that’s because they provide wholesome benefits when it comes to your health and well-being. No harsh chemicals added.


Allow your soap to dry between uses. We recommend using one of our wooden soap dishes.

Disclaimer: The design on each new batch may differ slightly. But, we guarantee that every new batch is equally beautiful.


Donielle - Systemic LUPUS Erythematosus (SLE) and Kidney Failure

“I was on peritoneal dialysis for a little over 8 years. Then I got a deadly infection from the tube that was inserted in my body for the dialysis. The poison that was circulating throughout my body was literally killing me. I had to have surgery to have the infected tube removed. I needed a kidney transplant ASAP. Kidney failure almost destroyed me; mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically. Those years were some of the worse years of my life”

Currently, there are approximately 93,000 people in the United States on the national transplant waiting list for a donor kidney. Donielle was on that list, but she would have died waiting for a kidney. She needed a living donor transplant. And on December 31, 2019, New Year’s Eve, she received a kidney from her mom.




 Beverly - Heart Transplant

 The hardest organ to transplant is the heart. Our precious family member, Beverly, was given this special gift 25 years ago and she is doing well. This little soap is in honor of Beverly. We aim to donate 50% of the proceeds from this little pink soap bar to Beverly to help with her medications.

Someone gave Beverly their heart. And she is giving the world her big beautiful smile!






Demetria - Kidney & Organ Donor

Here I am getting tested to see if I qualify to be a kidney donor for my daughter, Donielle. I was 70 years old when the testing began. I prayed to God to let me pass all of the tests. I also called prayer phone lines and they prayed for me as well.  After about 3 months of extensive testing, I was deemed a perfect match for my daughter.  On New Year’s Eve, 2019, at age 70, I donated my left kidney to my daughter. By the grace of God, I am doing great!






Olive oil, palm oil, rice bran oil, distilled water, coconut oil, sodium hydroxide, castor oil, colloidal oatmeal, goat milk, kaolin clay, salt, sugar, skin safe mica for color, fragrance oil, Tussah Silk, glycerin.

Please read the ingredient list before use. And to be extra safe, breast cancer patients should check with their doctors for approval.

These natural ingredients have been used in organic soap making for hundreds of years. However, as our society became more industrialized, handmade soaps were replaced with machine milled bars and harsh chemicals.

Is lye (sodium hydroxide) used to make handmade soaps?

The answer is -- of course.
No lye -- No soap!

All REAL soap is made with lye (sodium hydroxide mixed with liquid). Any skin or hair cleansing product made without sodium hydroxide is not soap, it is detergent.

The chemical reaction of making soap is called saponification. This is when the lye and oil molecules have combined and chemically changed into soap and glycerin. There is no lye present in the finished bars of soap after saponification.

All our soaps are perfectly safe for sensitive skin. However, if you have specific sensitivities and/or allergies please read the ingredient list carefully before purchasing. Products may have come into contact with nut products, wheat, or soy. Most of our soaps also contain Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Sunflower Oil, and/or Avocado Butter. If you or a gift recipient has allergic reactions to any of our soaps, we recommend discontinuing use of any of our soaps.


  • 3 1/2” wide x 3 1/2”  tall x 1" thick.
  • Weight:  6 oz.

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