Animal Fat Soaps


I am creating bacon grease and lard soaps with fantastic results. They lather up more than Castile soaps and feel more moisturizing to me too. I like to explain it this way: if Castile soaps feel milky, then my bacon grease and lard soaps feel creamy. Both are equally gentle on my skin. I will certainly be expanding Mama in the Kitchen soaps based on animal fats. For now, I have three new soaps with bacon grease and lard.

Bacon Grease Soap

Pure Bacon Fat Soap

Saponified Bacon Grease. No hormones, no antibiotics.

$7.00 per approx. 4.5 oz.

SOLD OUT in LESS THAN 24 hours! This is the most popular soap ever. If you think pure olive oil soap feels milky, bacon fat soap is oh-so-creamy and gentle. It is my favourite soap and my customer’s too!

April’s stock is now also SOLD OUT! Please reserve your bar by pre-ordering here or clicking the BUY NOW tab below for the next batch.

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Lavender Lard Salt Bars

Lavender Lard Salt Bars

Saponified lard, Himalayan Salt, activated charcoal, lavender essential oil.

$4.00 per approx. 2 oz.

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 Lemon and Charcoal

NOW a Bastile mixture with lard to make a harder more moisturizing soap! This is my second favourite soap these days.

Masculine in aesthetics. The scent is mild and fresh. If you have acne or bumps, this soap is for you. I made this initially for my brother who complained of acne on his back and arms. It disappeared after using this soap.
Another customer says: “Okay I have been using this soap since Thursday and it is incredible. I wish I had taken a before picture so that y’all can see the difference but I have always had red bumps on my chest and under my arms really bad and it is completely clear for the first time in my life I do not have red bumps under my arms and on my chest. I’m a Believer.”

Saponified olive oil, coconut oil, and lard, activated charcoal, lemon peel, essential oil.


$9.90 per approx. 5 oz.

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