Lavender Castile Soap

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This product is real soap not detergent. It is made using the cold process lye soap making and then creating a liquid soap. This castile soap leaves the hands clean with a fresh smell. This soap can be diluted if desired to a 50-50 blend with water or used as a concentrate.

Many are discovering the health benefits of natural soap vs. synthetic. For those using natural shampoo and conditioners (baking soda solution for daily shampoo and apple cider vinegar solution for the pH balancer as needed), use this soap to wash the hair once a week prior to the baking soda cleaner. You will need only ½ to 1 teaspoon and dilute with enough water to spread through the hair.

8 fluid ounces
Ingredients: Water, Saponified Oil with Potassium Hydroxide: Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Herbal Olive Oil, Castor Oil; Lavender Essential Oil, Chamomile Fragrant Oil, Lemongrass Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil.
Why use homemade cold process?

1) It uses the entire oil. This includes using the backbone of the oil, glycerin which is removed in commercial soap making. Glycerin is excellent for skin conditioning.

2) Making your own homemade soap allows you to perfect the right combination of botanical oils and essential oils to achieve your sensory and functional objectives.

3) Allows you to add additional ingredients to achieve the perfect soap for hardness, conditioning and lather.

See youtube video at bottom for a 3 minute overview of what is cold process soap making.