Thanks very much for your suggestions. My daughter, a nurse, suggested cutting soap into small cubes, or making in small molds for homeless shelters or to simply give to homeless folks. We have so many homeless here in LA. The idea is that soap can be hard to come by. A small piece can be collected and kept in a pocket for the opportunity of a shower. Different colors or kinds can be traded. Maybe sounds strange, but she has experience with helping homeless people. I don’t plan to sell my soap. It’s a hobby to share.
They really appreciate it. I have even donated some body butters that the scent wasn't going over well. Counselor emailed me and said the Vets loved it. Guess the poor guys and gals they see don't have access to handmade products.