Here are some of our favorite recipes. Feel free to experiment and create your own. For more inspiration, go here
Body Wash / Hand Soap
Mix 1/2 cup Castile soap with 1/2 cup distilled water.
Mix 2 tbsp. Castile soap with 1 cup distilled water. Follow with an acidic rinse to balance the pH of your hair. For a homemade rinse, mix 1 part lemon juice or apple cider vinegar to 8 parts water.
Mix 1 tbsp. Castile soap, 1 cup distilled water, and 1/2 cup witch hazel. For facial wipes, pour over washcloths and store.
Lathering Shave Soap
Rub a few drops of Castile soap between wet hands and lather onto face, legs, or body.
Gentle Baby Wash
Mix 1 part Castile soap with 4 parts distilled water. As with all Castile soaps, do not get in eyes. Avoid adding any essential oils because they can be too harsh for your baby’s skin.
Mix 1 cup Castile soap with 1 cup distilled water. Massage into the fur. Keep out of your pet’s eyes. Follow with 1 cup white vinegar mixed into 1 gallon of water. Rinse thoroughly with water. Lavender oil can be toxic to cats, so use our Unscented Castile soap
Hand Wash Dish Soap
Mix 1 part Castile soap to 2 parts water and hand wash dishes.
All-Purpose Cleaning Spray
Mix 1/4 cup Castile soap with 4 cups warm water.
Kitchen and Bathroom Scrubbing Cleaner
Mix 1/4 cup Castile soap, 3/4 cup baking soda, and 1 tbsp. water. After mixing well, slowly add 1 tbsp, vinegar and stir to achieve a paste-like consistency. Add baking soda as desired to thicken the paste. Store in an empty soap container.
Mix 1 tbsp. Castile soap with 2 cups water in a spray bottle.
Boil 4 cups of water and slowly dissolve 1/2 cup washing soda, 1/4 cup baking soda, and 1/4 cup kosher salt. Allow to cool then add 12 cups water and slowly stir in 1 cup Castile soap. Shake before use and use 1/2 cup per load.