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Home made hand soap-we HAD to get away from sodium laurel sulfate in our handsoaps, shampoos, etc. and this was a huge first step. All of our hands are less dry and cracked since we switched, and it's SUPER cheap! --I used a 4 oz bar of Kirk's Castile and 25 (or so) drops of rosemary oil after it was cooled. It thickens over several days.
Liquid Hand Soap from homemade soap. Instead of using store bought soap use homemade soap. If you don't make soap yourself buy it from someone who does. It is better for you and you have lots of choices. Think of all the wonderful scents your soap makers have, that you can't buy in a store. Guaranteed to be a a delight for everyone.
Homemade Liquid Soap. Just combine 1 gal. Water, 2 T. Liquid glycerin ( find in pharmacy) and 1 bar of a good quality, natural soap; grated. (Don't use soaps with additives like moisturizers, etc such as Dove-they won't work) Heat over med/high heat until dissolved. Cool 12 hours. Mix with hand mixer to make a smooth consistency. Voila! Hand soap/body wash at a fraction of store cost.
So many craft ideas and nice looking packaging. Need to keep some of this in mind for the craft fair, Lisa Evans Kern!