Castile Soap - Unscented - Liquid Soap

C$11.59 C$14.49
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Made using locally harvested organic sunflower seed oil and blended with coconut oil. This extra-gentle soap is rich in antioxidants, like vitamin E and carotenoids, and will leave your skin feeling fresh and soft. This is an authentic Castile-type soap made using plant oils and is so pure, that you can use it to bathe in lakes and rivers.  

This concentrated all purpose soap may be used full strength or diluted with water depending on the usage.

  • Body Wash: Use a couple of drops directly on a cloth or fill a bottle with 2 parts soap and 1 part water.
  • Hand Soap Dispenser: Refill your dispenser with 1 part soap and 3 parts water.
  • Veggie Wash: Add 1 tablespoon castile soap to 2 cups of water, and spray on your fruits and veggies.
  • Dish Soap: Simply squirt half of what you would normally use with conventional dish soap directly into the sink.
  • Floor Cleanser: Use 2 or 3 tablespoons of soap in a full bucket of water and mop your floors to a sparkly new lustre.
  • Tile, Tub or Stovetop Scrub: Fill a spray bottle with 1 part soap and 3 parts water. Sprinkling a liberal dusting of baking soda to the area you wish to clean then spray the soap solution over the top. Scrub away !
  • Laundry detergent: Re-use an old laundry soap container and fill it with 2 Litres of hot water, ½ cup of soap, 1/3 cup of baking soda and 1/3 cup of coarse salt. Use ½ to 1 cup per load depending on the level of desired strength you need.

Ingredients: Water, Potasium Cocoate** (saponified organic coconut oil), Potassium Sunflowerate** (saponified organic sunflower oil), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*

*Ingredients from organic farming
** Made using organic ingredients

Made by The Green Beaver Company in Hawkesbury, Ontario.
 

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Around for hundreds of years, castile soap is starting to make a come-back. It was thought that other soaps could be more effective at cleaning. However, castile soap is not only incredibly effective, it’s incredibly versatile as well. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about castile soap.

What is Castile Soap?
Castile soap is a soap made from vegetable oils. Though it was traditionally made with just olive oil, it presently can also include other types of vegetable oils such as coconut oil or sunflower seed oil. The main idea is that it’s made with some type of vegetable oil and does not include lard, tallow or other animal fats. It also doesn’t include synthetic detergents. It can be found in bar form, though it’s easier to use when it’s a liquid. It can be diluted with water to use to clean just about anything.

Why Choose a Castile-Type Soap?
Castile soaps have been around for so long because they’re effective and versatile. They’re known for being able to clean most things easily, and they’re also environmentally-friendly. They don’t use animal byproducts and are made from naturally-derived ingredients. No synthetic ingredients are used to make the soap, meaning there’s no worry about chemicals or other issues when using the soap. There are tons of ways to use the castile soap, especially if it’s diluted with water. Diluting it makes it softer, which means it’s great for washing things that are delicate and shouldn’t be washed with other types of soaps.

Is Castile Soap Really Effective?
Castile soap is biodegradable and non-toxic, making it a fantastic choice for cleaning everything from greasy pots and pans to sinks, pets, and even vegetables. It does need to be diluted before cleaning things like vegetables. The reason it can be used for just about anything is that it’s made of molecules that attract dirt. These molecules work to pull the dirt off the item being cleaned and into the water that was used to dilute the soap. It has also been shown to clean effectively for hundreds of years, which is part of why it’s making such a big come-back today.

Is There Anything That Should be Avoided When Using Castile Soap?
Pure castile soap may be too strong for some tasks, but it can easily be diluted with ordinary water. It is important to avoid diluting it with acids, however. Vinegar and other acids do not react well when they’re mixed with castile soap and the reaction could make both products less effective. Plus, it could leave a white film on the object being cleaned. This film is often difficult to remove. Instead, stick with water for diluting the castile soap.

Are There Other Ways to Use Castile Soap?
There are actually tons of ways to use castile soap around the house. Along with cleaning dishes, vegetables, laundry, and more, castile soap can be used to create an all-purpose spray, to make reusable kitchen wipes, as an ant spray, as a window cleaner, and even as shaving cream. Many of these require the castile soap to be diluted with water, so care needs to be taken to dilute the soap properly. However, it’s great for cleaning just about everything in the house, kids and pets included, and can be used by homeowners to keep the house clean without relying on harsh, synthetic cleaners.

How Long Does One Bottle Last?
The answer to this will vary for everyone. It depends on what it’s used for. Since it’s often diluted with water, it can last quite a while before it needs to be replenished. If it’s used without being diluted or it’s used to clean just about everything in the house, the bottle might not last as long. Choose a bottle to get started and to see how much you’re going to use it around the house. This will give you a better idea of what you can do with one bottle and how long it will last.

If you’re looking for an easy to use and effective soap, castile soap might be what you’re looking for. Created from natural products and used for cleaning for hundreds of years, there’s a reason castile soap is being purchased more frequently today. It doesn’t use animal products or synthetic cleaners and chemicals yet is incredibly effective. It can also be used for just about anything you need to clean. Try castile soap today to see how many different ways it can be used in your home.