Habitat for Humanity Natural Soaps

  • Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The East Cooper Habitat for Humanity ReStore announces the launch of Handyman Natural Soaps, a new line of all-natural soaps available for purchase at the local Charleston-area ReStores and online.

The ReStores support the Habitat for Humanity mission of building simple, quality homes for hardworking families through sales of gently used home furnishings, appliances, building materials and more. The ReStores are constantly looking for more donations of used stuff to satisfy their customers. Each ReStore offers fast and free pick ups of used items from your home or business.

Handyman Natural Soaps are made from plant-based ingredients, are never tested on animals, are biodegradable, don't contain any petroleum-based ingredients and come in four varieties: honeysuckle, cut wood, lavender and unscented. Handyman Natural Soaps are packaged in recyclable bottles made from recycled plastic.

“We think the Handyman Natural Soap line fits well with the ReStore's mission of using natural and recycled products to fund the construction of more Habitat homes for hard-working families,” said ReStore Manager Hanna Reed. “The Handyman Hand Soaps have been in our local store for about two months and the response has been great. Our customers love it because it helps us build more houses and it leaves your skin clean and soft.”

Handyman Natural Soaps are available at the local Habitat for Humanity ReStores and online. The five local ReStores in Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Johns Island, Summerville and Goose Creek have Handyman Hand Soaps in stock. You can locate the nearest ReStore or buy the soaps online at www.handymansoaps.com.


This article published on page 12 of the recent special section, Bites & Sites (June 11, 2014). To view the online edition of the special publication visit http://shop.moultrienews.com/moultrie-sc/special-section/bites-and-sites/06-11-2014.

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