Further Soap Washes Responsibly With Celebrity Restaurant Leftovers

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Sep 1, 2009   Updated: Aug 15 2011 • References: furthersoap & luxist
Further Soap uses an odd substance to create their candles and soaps: leftover restaurant grease.

Using grease from Mario Batali's Mozza restaurant, the Further Soap candles and soap are said to smell of bergamot, olive and exotic grasses, despite their origins. It seems like a cool idea to take something as unneeded as restaurant grease and create pretty scented candles. Selling for $24, these Further Soap candles seem like the perfect eco-friendly creation.

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