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How to Make Liquid Castile Soap Without Lye


Liquid castile soap is a wonderful soap for your hair and body. Since it does not have any additional chemicals, it is also great for sensitive skin. Made from olive oil, it nourishes your hair as it gently cleans to remove dirt and oils. You can make your own liquid castile shampoo for a fraction of the price of buying a ready-made shampoo, and you can easily do it without using a lot of ingredients or lye.


What You Need


  • 1 bar of castile soap
  • 6 cups of water
  • A cheese grater
  • A large stock pot


Directions

1.  Grate the soap using the cheese grater. Using soap flakes helps the soap dissolve faster.
2.  Heat the water on high heat until it simmers. Measure two cups of flakes to add to the water.
3.  Stir to help the soap dissolve. Turn off the heat and let the soap continue to dissolve for the next hour. Stir occasionally.
4.  If desired, add a teaspoon of lavender or peppermint essential oil.
5.  Let cool completely before you pour it into a container. This recipe will make just over 64 ounces of shampoo.


Like all liquid castile soap, this recipe is very thin. If you do not like thin shampoo, you can use a foaming soap bottle. Fill the bottle halfway with your homemade liquid soap and add water to fill the container.

Castile soap is gentle enough to use on your hair and body. Many mothers use this soap on their children's hair and body without any skin irritation. This is also an inexpensive hand soap for the kitchen or bath.

You can add a teaspoon of body-safe fragrance oil if you like to use a scented shampoo. Be sure you look for an oil that is safe to use in soap because candle or potpourri fragrance oils may irritate your skin.

Can't find a bar of castile soap?  You can find Dr. Bronner soap on Amazon and have it shipped right to your door!  Click the picture below to order.




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