Castile Liquid Soap is a natural soap that has been around for centuries. It is safe, environmentally friendly, nontoxic and multi-purpose. It is made from organic plant oils and are bio-degradable safe for you, your family and your home, cleaning all water-safe surfaces.
You’ve heard it all before: bracing, refreshing, uplifting. Look for a broader profile here, beyond the twangy one note of less complex blends.
Ingredients: Saponified Organic Coconut, Olive and Jojoba Oils, Peppermint Essential Oil Blend, Rosemary Extract, Organic Aloe Vera, Organic Aloe Vera
Saponified Organic Oils (Coconut, Olive and Jojoba), Peppermint Essential Oil, Cornmint Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Rosemary Extract, Ceaderwood Essential Oil, Organic Aloe Vera
Use different dilutions for different purposes
Hands andBody Wash: Squirt a small amount directly on hands, a wash cloth or loofah to lather. Use full strength or dilute up to 50%. Using a 50% dilution for hand soap in a foam pump works perfectly.
Face Wash: Add two or three drops to wet hands, and wash face as normal.
Washing Sensitive Skin: The Unscented is perfect for sensitive skin. Is safe for babies and infants too.
Shaving Cream: Work a few drops of the soap into a lather or dilute into foam pump to produce a luxurious foam, shave and rinse when done..
After-shave: Add one or two drops in a spray bottle with 100 ml of distilled water. Peppermint, eucalyptus and tea tree work well. For sensitive skin, use the Baby Mild version.
Clearing Congestion: Add one tablespoon into a bowl of steaming hot water. Drape a towel over your head and breathe in the mist. The peppermint scent works especially well.
Deodorant: Add a few drops into a spray bottle add water to dilute fully, 1ml castile soap to 100ml water, also add a teaspoon of Himalayan crystal salt for best results.
Household Uses for Castile Soap:
Washing Dishes: Use full strength onto wet sponge or applicator and scrub for heavier bulk cleaning. Alternatively, add 10 parts water to one part soap, and squirt the mix onto a scrub brush for lighter cleaning. Note: This will not work in a dishwasher.
Laundry: Use 1/3 to 1/2 cup soap for a large load in the washer. Best to mix it with warm water before adding to clothes. You may also mix with a cup of baking soda or Borax and dilute with water.
General Cleaning: Pour 25 ml of soap into a 500 ml of warm water in a spray bottle and you get the perfect multi-purpose cleaner for your floor, windows, and all water safe surfaces. It even replaces detergent concentrates on carpets, works well with carpet cleaners.
Fruit/Vegetable Rinse: Add a couple of drops of soap into a bowl of water, and rinse well. Scrub with hands to get off any dirt. Rinse in cold water.
Non-toxic Toilet Cleaner: Use full strength and may want to add a few drops of essential oil, mix into sponge or cleaning brush or pour all ingredients in a 16 oz or larger squirt bottle, and shake to mix. Squirt in the toilet bowl, and use a brush to scrub it clean.
Outdoor Uses for Castile Soap:
Washing Dogs: Wet your dog, and work the soap up and down until there’s a good lather. The amount of soap varies depending on the size of the dog, hair type/length and dirtiness. Rinse.
Ant Spray: Add 1/4 cup of tea tree soap to a quart of water and stir to mix. Spray indoors or outdoors, wherever ants are accumulating. Do not use on plants, as this concentration will burn plants!
Cleaning Cars: Mix a capful into pail of water, use sponge or wet clothe to wipe over surface and rinse. Avoid washing in direct sunlight.