Years ago, I was having trouble with really dry hands, this was before my soap making days and I was just beginning my journey to a healthier way of living. I realized that the hand soap I was purchasing from the store was causing my dry hands and decided to search for a better way. It had to be easy as at the time I had many children under tow. So, here is what I found.
At first, I purchased foaming soap at the store and poured out the contents, not very frugal I realize, but the pain and discomfort it was causing me outweighed the loss of the discarded soap. So, with foaming bottle in hand, I poured in about 1/4 inch of an organic castille soap, like Dr. Bronners or Vermont Soap. Then fill the container slowly with water, if you fill too fast, you will just create a bottle of foam. You can leave it unscented or put 15-20 drops of your favorite essential oil or blend into the foaming bottle. Put the cap on and you're all set. This works like a charm and it's saved my hands and hundreds of dollars.
1 or 2 Foaming Soap Bottles
1/8 cup (approximately) of organic liquid castille soap per bottle
15-20 drops of essential oil
If you prefer to purchase my hand soap or my DIY Foaming Hand Soap you can do so here https://elegant-rose-boutique.myshopify.com/admin/products/9217443784
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