Soap and cleaning supplies may be scarce these days, but no worries–make your own foaming hand soap! Today, I’m excited to share the recipe that we use to make our own foaming hand soap in just five minutes or so. You’ll only need a few ingredients and the best part is you will be using your favorite essential oils for a hand soap that is unique!
First let’s gather our supplies and get going!
What you need to make your own foaming hand soap
- Foaming Hand Soap Dispenser
- 2 Tablespoons Castile Soap
- 1 teaspoon Carrier Oil (I like using fractionated coconut oil for this)
- 10-20 drops Essential Oils
I’ve loved essential oils since my oldest, now 18, was a baby. We use oils in our home for everything! As you probably know, essential oils are awesome–but spendy!
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Directions for making your own foaming hand soap
- Fill your containers with distilled water. Amounts will vary depending on the size of your container. Fill to about 1″ shy of the top.
- Add Castile soap and Carrier oil.
- Decide on the oil blend you’d like to use. We love woodsy smells for winter and fall and citrus in the kitchen–and we usually choose a different smell each time we make it!
- Add 10-20 drops of essential oils.
- Give it a little shake, add the lid and you’re done!