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Make Your Own Antibacterial Foaming Soap

Make Your Own Antibacterial Foaming Soap
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Commercial antibacterial soaps are going away so I thought it would be a great time to post my recipe for all natural antibacterial soap.    I created this recipe after I was exposed to an environmental toxic that made me intolerant to many chemicals.

I also noticed that commercial antibacterial soaps made my hands very dry. This recipe is not only antibacterial but also moisturizing.

The coconut or grapeseed oil help lock out germs throughout thFoame day.   This recipe is best used in a foaming soap dispenser bottle  for a light frothy effect so you use less soap per use than traditional liquid soap. This is also safe for an all over body soap.    If you are sensitive to BPA’s from plastic, use a BPA foaming soap dispenser.

 

 
Antibacterial Foaming Soap (Makes 7.5 ounces)
Ingredients
  • 2 Tablespoon Liquid Castile soap
  • 5 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
  • ⅛ Teaspoon Grapeseed oil or liquid Coconut Oil (add more for more moisturizing)
  • Water to fill bottle
Instructions
  1. We used a 7.5 oz bottle for our recipe. Add all ingredients plus distilled water to the bottle and swirl to mix. Do not shake or you will get a lot of bubbles. Close lid and enjoy the foaming fluffy soap.

 

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