When I started DIY’ing pretty much everything in the house, hand soap was a no-brainer! Since everything we put on our skin (including soap, of course) gets into our bloodstream in just 30 seconds and circulates through the entire body in just 30 minutes, I knew I wanted an all-natural soap. They’re even saying now that soaps labeled antibacterial are actually bad for us!
For true benefits of essential oils, always use certified pure therapeutic grade oils. The cheaper oils available at grocery and box stores contain additives, chemicals, and dilution oils (EVEN THOUGH THEY MAY BE LABELED 100% PURE). I use and recommend doTERRA oils. The essential oils used in this recipe are both disinfecting and antibacterial, and Dr. Bronner’s unscented liquid castile soap is gentle enough for babies! You’ll need an 8-oz foaming pump bottle. Not sure where to get one? Click here!
- 2 tbsp unscented liquid castile soap
- 1 tbsp fractionated coconut oil (*optional)
- 10 drops essential oils of choice (I use 7 Purify and 3 On Guard)
- filtered water
- Add castile soap, fractionated coconut oil, and essential oils to bottle.
- Fill with filtered water.
*The fractionated coconut oil is optional but adds a nice moisturizer to the soap. If you use it, you may find it separates from the water in the bottle after it sits. If so, simply swirl the bottle before use.
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