Suggestion On How You Can Use Castile Soap In Your Home

Body cleaning – this one is a no brainer; you can use castile soap instead of a commercial soap in your bathroom. 

Baby soap – make sure you protect the child’s eyes as soap is not “tear-less” which makes me wonder what do they put into those “tear-less shampoos” considering that even pure clean water will irritate the eyes and make a baby cry. 

Use it as a shampoo – yes, you can wash your hair with castile soap – both bar soap and liquid and especially if soap was made with castor seed oil, jojoba oil, etc. which make it very good for the hair. It might feel a bit different at first since you’re probably used to detergent-based commercial shampoos that strip the hair off all natural oils.

Use it instead of body wash or shower gel – our liquid castile soap is highly concentrated so we recommend that you pour only few drops on a wet wash cloth, sponge or exfoliating gloves.

For shaving – you can simply wet a bar of castile soap and the spread it over your face, armpits and any other area and shave while still wet and leathery. Rinse with clean water. A bar of castile soap used for shaving could last you well over a year inexpensive, toxin free and earth friendly.

Dog shampoo – dilute liquid castile soap in 1:1 ratio and use it the same way you would use any dog shampoo.

Doggie soap – use castile bar soap to clean your dog’s paws after a walk or for a full body wash. Simply wet his coat thoroughly and then rub it with a soap bar until lather is formed. The thicker your dogs coat, the longer it will take to get a good lather; But it’s worth it knowing that you didn’t use any harsh chemicals that might irritate your pets skin or eyes.

Make your own fruit and veggie wash to breakup the wax, soil and agricultural chemicals on your fruits and vegetables. Add few drops of castile soap to a bowl of luke warm water and drop your veggies in; swish and rinse with clear water.

Eco-friendly dish soap – use an old dish soap bottle and mix 1:2 castile soap and water

Buy bulk castile soap and re-fill your hand soap bottles. Our liquid castile soap is highly concentrated so you can mix it with water (1:1) before re-filling your soap bottles. 

Make your own kitchen cleaner by mixing water, castile soap and vinegar in a spray bottle. You can add few drops of Lemon essential oil and Tea Tree oil  (or Lavender if you prefer) for disinfection. 

Make your own Toilet Bowl Cleaner. If you have an old toilet bowl cleaner bottle (with a “goose” neck) fill it with 1 part castile soap and 6 parts water. Add few drops of Lemon essential oil and Tea Tree oil  (or Lavender if you prefer) for disinfection and shake well. Spray the toilet bowl and sprinkle generously with baking soda then scrub with a brush and rinse with clean water. No harmful chemicals flushed down the drain!  

Floor cleaner – just mix 1 part castile soap to 20 parts warm water in a bucket to mop your floors.

Window cleaner – mix 1 tablespoon of castile soap in a liter of water and pour into a spray bottle. When cleaning the windows always finish with a vinegar rinse (half water + half vinegar) which will give your windows brilliant shine.

In the garden / Pest Control – 2 tablespoons of liquid castile soap, 30 ml Neem oil and 1 liter of water. Pour into spray bottle, shake well and spray your plants to deter bugs.