|yay! daffodils are giving the yard pops of color|
|I love bringing daffodils inside|
So I bought a few bars of some good soap. But those turned out rather gooey. Still I didn't want to give up and go back to spending a lot of money buying liquid soap, so I kept trying tweaks. (We wash our hands around here a lot and liquid soap works better for handwashing than bar soap for us.)
Then earlier this year, I came across several recipes for FOAMING hand soap. It looked even easier that the liquid soap I was making! All I needed was the foaming dispenser. I like using pint sized mason jars for my liquid soap, so I bought the foaming dispensers for them off Ebay.
Here is the recipe I used:
* 2/3 cup unscented liquid castile soap (I use Dr. Bronner's brand)
* 20-22 drops of essential oil (I used Young Living's Thieves Essential Oil for powerful germ killing)
* distilled water
I put the soap and essential oil into my pint sized jar, then filled it up the rest of the way with distilled water. Mixed it and it was ready to use!
Right now, in Tabby's Etsy shop, The Goat Chick, we currently have three of our four soaps in stock: original (spearmint/eucalyptus), peppermint, and lavender/tea tree. Peppermint has been selling like crazy lately! We need to make Thieves asap.