If you and your family use foaming hand soap regularly, you likely have noticed the cost. Especially if you are consistent through the various sinks in your home, from bathrooms to the kitchen, the cost adds up!
As a mom of a little guy who just loves to turn “wash up for supper” into a full water party in the bathroom sink, I know how quickly these foaming soaps can go. This is why I was determined to find an alternative to paying the high store prices for foaming hand soap!
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How to Make Foaming Hand Soap at Home
One of the best parts about making this soap on your own is how easy it is. Honestly, this isn’t one of those interest recipes that are SUPPOSED to be easy, and in reality are a complete failure. If you can mix up some ingredients, you can make your own foaming hand soap!
What You’ll Need
● Distilled water
Steps to Take –
First, use equal parts castile soap, vegetable glycerin and distilled water to fill your soap bottle up.
Next, mix the oils in separate bowls or measuring cups.
Add the oils to the soap mixture.
Now, close up the bottle and shake it for 20 seconds to ensure it mixes up completely. You’ve done it! See, quick and painless.
Now just request the labels below and I’ll email them right over! I find it easiest to print them onto a sticker or label paper so you can easily stick them onto the bottle. You can also easily tape or glue these on as well though!
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