Money Saving Castile Soap Recipe is an all-natural, safe liquid hand soap that cleanses and soothes.
One of my goals for the new year is to get healthy. Not just with eating better and exercise but also making the environment around more natural. Over the last couple of years I have really gotten into essential oils. I don’t sell them but I am a big advocate. I have seen much improvement with the air quality whenever I use a diffuser. Today I am sharing a simple liquid hand soap recipe that will not only make the condition of the applications safer, but it will also save you money!
Supplies (affiliate links):
- Pure-Castile Soap with Tea Tree
- Eucalyptus Essential Oil
- Vitamin E Oil
- Grapeseed Oil
- Distilled Water
- 16 oz Amber Soap Dispenser
I like using the castile soap with tea tree because tea tree oil has natural cleansing properties.
Start by sterilizing the dispenser.
Pour one and a half cups of distilled water into the dispenser. By adding the water first, you reduce the risk of bubbles overflowing the bottle.
Next, I add 1/2 cup of castile soap, 1 tablespoon of vitamin E oil, 1 tablespoon of grapeseed oil, and 20 drops of eucalyptus oil into a measuring cup and mix together with a spoon. The vitamin E and grapeseed oil help to moisture and sooth the skin. These oils are great to use in many health and beauty products like this DIY cuticle oil and handmade moisturizering cream. During the winter months I use eucalyptus a lot for easy breathing. Some other oils I like to use are lavender and grapefruit.
This Money Saving Castile Soap Recipe has a bit of watery consistency but it works just the same, if not better than regular liquid soap. Once you purchase the supplies, you can make this recipe multiple times saving money in the long term. I actually had all of the ingredients except the castile soap, so for me the cost was super cheap.
- 1½ cups Distilled Water
- ½ cup Castile Soap with Tea Tree
- 1 tablespoon Vitamin E Oil
- 1 tablespoon Grapeseed Oil
- 20 drops Eucalyptus Oil
- 16 oz Soap Dispenser
- In a soap dispenser, add the distilled water first (to prevent bubbles).
- Add liquid castile soap, followed by the oils in a measuring cup and mix together.
- Shake the soap dispenser before using.