Ok I'm posting this to ask a question: does making your own bulk handsoap only work with cheaper bar soaps like dove, etc? Can you use those handmade, natural soap bars and it still work and make a lot? Homemade Hands Soaps, Homemade Handsoap, S'More Bar, S'Mores Bar, Bar Soaps, Homemade Households Stuff, Liquid Hands Soaps, Liquid Soaps, Soaps Make
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DIY Hand Soap: Between the kitchen, the master bath, the guest bathroom and everywhere in between, you end up spending a lot on hand soap. And you could be spending that money on some extra fashionable, home decor! Instead, learn how to make your own! Just like with body wash, you’ll need to grate a bar of soap but instead of heating it up on the stove just add water and glycerin.
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.
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 body wash. 1 bar of Castile soap.(can use other brands) Grate soap. Add to 12 cups water and simmer on stove until dissolved. Add 2 tbs glycerine. Take off heat and let sit for about 10 hours until thickens and cools. Can add 3 tsp of essential oils at this point if desired for fragrance. Makes about 3 qts. If adding essential oils, use aromatherapy, candle or food grade oils.
How to make your own Liquid Soap from Bar Soap! Then I plan to water it down and put in a foaming dispenser. Voila! Lots-o-money saved and no antibacterial schtuff!
make liquid soap from a bar -- this version gives formula for starting with any amount of bar soap, so, you can use SCRAPS