Castile Liquid Soap is the versatile all-purpose, all natural cleaner that cleans you and your world!
What's the big deal about castile soap? Castile soap gently cleans without toxic sulfates that virtually all other soaps contain in order to achieve that frothy lather that we've become accustomed to in most commercial products. Castile soap is made from safe, simple plant oils and lathers naturally with no need to add synthetic ingredients. These plant oils, especially the olive oil that castile soap is based on, are rich in antioxidants and monounsaturated fatty acids as well as anti-inflammatory compounds such as oleocanthal.
Free from animal fats, castile soap is vegan friendly and environmentally ethical. A good quality castile is an all-around nontoxic soap cleaner that is safe for hands and oily skin, laundry, dishes, pets, floors, walls, windows and even killing garden eating insects.
The secret is to use different dilutions for different solutions. Keep reading to learn how this powerful soap has become a safe and natural detergent chemical replacement. Once you get the hang of using it you will truly be able to “go green”.
"I used to be concerned about what I could use to clean my synthetic 'leather' sofa that wouldn't damage the material. Castile soap and water on a cloth makes quick work of keeping my couch looking new."
I was surprised to discover this cuts through soap scum amazingly. I just put a dime size amount on a microfiber cloth and wipe down shower door, shower walls, floor etc. No need to scrub. Scent is gentle and clean. Possibly wait a minute, not much more at all. Then spray off and soap scum is gone! No more need for chemical cleaners or elbow grease!
Love this soap! Its used in my homemade shampoo recipe and gets my hair so clean, light feeling, and volumized. It’s a little expensive, but It lasts for a long time, and I solely keep it for use in my shampoo. I buy Vermont Soap instead of Dr. Bronners because Bronners has Tocopherol or Vitamin E in it. Studies show that too much vitamin E could have cancer risks to body. The environmental working group rates this with research shown on their site EWG/skindeep. It’s technical and difficult to read but Dr. Oz also put out some stuff on this topic if you want to read. So I get my daily recommended dose of vitamin E through some of my foods and my multi vitamin. I don’t want to get any extra through my soap I use daily. So this soap is preserved with rosemary extract instead and has a long shelf life. Love it!
- Amazon customer, EM
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