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This was my first time making homemade foaming hand soap. I had no idea how easy and fun it would be to make own. It really felt like I performed a magic trick when I pumped that soap pump and this beautiful billowy white puff of soap filled my hand!
Cove Unscented Pure & Vegan Castile Soap
Made From Certified Organic Plant Oils
You need to start with a good organic soap base. I am using an unscented Castile soap by Cove. This Castile soap is vegan, organic and free of detergents, foaming agents, chemicals, fragrances, and animal products.
Unlike other castile soaps, we don’t use palm kernel oil because its cultivation leads to the destruction of our rainforests. Ours is a simpler soap with a smaller ecological footprint. –Cove
Cove has also added Certified Organic Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Hemp Oil, Olive Oil, and Vegetable Glycerin to their Castile soap to make it more moisturizing. I still add a little more V-6 oil because I really want my foaming soap to be extra moisturizing.
Organic Foaming Hand Soap DIY Recipe
Add all your ingredients to your foaming soap dispenser and give a little swish to combine the ingredients. I usually give my dispenser a swish everyday to make sure the ingredients stay combined, because water and oil tends to separate.
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Make sure you are using the best organic ingredients for your soap. I only use Young Living Essential Oils. For more info on how to get your own YL Essential oils click on the banner at the bottom of this post. Or if you have any questions please click here.