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Bella Bargain: Wash Your Hands With "Grease" on Earth Day

Bella Bargain: Wash Your Hands With "Grease" on Earth Day

You've probably heard that restaurant grease can be transformed into bio-diesel fuel, and now, a clever couple has added another layer to this concept by turning byproducts of that fuel into a hand soap. Intrigued?

The waste grease is obtained from the kitchens of Los Angeles restaurants. It's then distilled for car usage, resulting in glycerin, a perfect ingredient in making soap. Hence, Further Soap ($18.50) was born.

If you'd like to try this unique soap, which is scented with bergamot, olive, and exotic grasses, now's your perfect opportunity. On Earth Day, — that's today — if you purchase one bottle of Further Soap, you'll get one free. Perfect for the penny-pinching tree hugger in your life.

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runningesq runningesq 8 years
$19 for HAND SOAP? um, right.
kty kty 8 years
i think i'll stick with regular $5 soap too
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
oni1 I agree 110%!! I live alone, pay my bills all on one paycheck which isn't a whole lot. Am I going to spend $19 on soap or $5 uhhhh $5. Sorry.
bastylefilegirl bastylefilegirl 8 years
oni1 yeah 18 dollars seems a bit much for handsoap in comparison. I'm sure it's do to the cost of the refinement process but that still doesn't change that fact that people can't afford it!
oni1 oni1 8 years
this recycled restaurant grease soap costs too much in my opinion. more people would go green if companies didn't try to make it so expensive.
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