5 Ways to Use Our Liquid Soap

April 25, 2017

A well made liquid soap is so versatile that I always like to keep one around. Our Liquid Soap comes in four different scents, all made with organic ingredients. There's Lavender Lemongrass, Cedar Sage, Grapefruit Mint, and Tea Tree Rosemary.

Our Liquid Soap is made with coconut oil, sunflower oil, castor oil, and essential oils. The coconut oil will nourish your skin. The sunflower oil improves overall skin health and helps to protect your skin from sun damage. The castor oil boosts circulation and is beneficial for acne and skin inflammation, and the powerful essential oils work to heal your skin.

To help you get the most out of your liquid soap, here’s five ways you can use our Liquid Soap.  

Body + Hand Wash

This is as simple as it gets. Use this liquid soap as an all over body wash or keep it by your sink for a nourishing hand soap.


If you want to decrease the amount of products in your shower, try using this soap as a shampoo. Use just like a regular shampoo, making sure to massage your scalp as you go. Be sure to rinse really well, and follow with an apple cider vinegar rinse to help boost your hair's shine and reduce frizz.

To make the rinse, mix 1 cup water with 1 tablespoons apple cider vinegar, and 5 to 10 drops of whatever essential oils you love. Use rosemary or tea tree for dandruff and peppermint or lavender to boost hair growth. Then pour the rinse over your hair, let it sit for a minute, and rinse well. Don't worry about the vinegar smell, it won't linger at all, but your hair will be soft, shiny, and much more manageable.

Shaving Cream

When I switched to a safety razor, I was so nervous about what soap to use. Turns out, you really don't need a fancy shaving soap. All you need is a soap to help your razor glide over your skin. The bonus with this liquid soap is that you don't need to moisturize after shaving, because it's made with three nourishing oils.

Bubble Bath

As a kid, I wasn't able to have bubble baths because the soaps irritated my sensitive skin. But now we know that using a little bit of liquid soap can make a nice, frothy bubble bath that's safe for sensitive skin. Go for the Grapefruit Mint scent for a refreshing bath, or the Cedar Sage for a calming, herbal experience.

Gentle Face Cleanser

Since this soap is made with clean ingredients, it can make a good facial cleanser, depending on your skin type. If you have severely dry skin, I'm not sure I'd go for it, but if you have oilier skin, use a few drops to cleanse your skin just like normal. You can also try our face cleanser which has a little bit of our castile soap in a nourishing oil cleansing mix. Make sure to follow with a toner and face cream.

Sarah Price is a green beauty and self care writer with an obsession with holistic skincare. She writes about natural beauty, DIY recipes, self care tips, and more on her self titled blog.

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