There's over 18 uses for Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap 😲
The most versatile soap on Earth.
18 uses for Dr Bronner's Castile Soap
- Foot bath
- Steam bath for clearing congestion
- Hand washing dishes
- All-purpose spray
- Fruit & Veggie rinse
- Dog wash
- Plant spray for bugs
- Ant spray
What we use Castile Soap for...
Hand soap. Diluted into a foaming dispenser.
Fave flavours: Green Tea, Sandalwood & Jasmine, Cherry Blossom
Body wash. Diluted into a pump dispenser.
Fave flavours: Lavender, Peppermint, Citrus
Laundry liquid. Used with bicarb & washing soda - recipe here.
Fave flavours: Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, Citrus
Dog wash. A couple of squirts diluted into bath water.
Fave flavours: unscented
Multi-purpose spray. Mixed with citrus vinegar (recipe coming soon).
Fave flavours: Citrus, Lavender, Unscented.
Fruit & Veggie Wash. 1 squirt into a bucket or sink.
Fave flavours: Unscented
Linen Spray. Mixed with essential oils (recipe coming soon).
Fave flavours: Lavender, Citrus, Eucalyptus
Mopping floors. 1/2 cup to 5 litres.
Fave flavours: Tea tree, Citrus, Eucalyptus
How is Castile Soap made?
Soap is made by saponifying a fat or oil with an alkali.
Organic/Fair Trade Coconut, Palm Kernel, Olive, Hemp & Jojoba oil are used.
👉 For liquid soap, the alkali is potassium hydroxide.
👉 For bar soap, the alkali is sodium hydroxide.
Alkali's are made by running electricity through salt water.
No alkali remains in the final product of Dr Bronner's Castile Soap
'A simple one-step reaction with no waste generated'.
🌟 Glycerin is split off from the fatty acids
🌟 Fatty acids combine with the sodium or potassium to form soap, the hydroxide forms water
Resulting in: A high quality, no-tox, versatile soap for cleaning the home and body
Dr Bronner's liquid soaps are three times more concentrated than most liquid soaps on the market, which means more soap per bottle and less waste in packaging materials.
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