The TB does stand for tablespoon. I will have to get used to the salt taste though.
When my daughter and I got our hair and makeup done... Thank you for all the great posts! The only blog that I actually read at the moment. For a foaming pump dispenser, the same ratios may be used. I was just wondering if you have a recipe for shampoo I have a very dry sensitive scalp and I would like to try a natural option hoping it will be less irritating to my scalp, hope you know of something.
Toddlers and squirty liquid soap can be extra messy! I did make the soap today and the kids are enjoying using it.
Another reader said she had good success using a bit of salt…not sure about the method, but may work? Hey Jean, Is that due to the coconut used in the castile soap? Once you shake it, they should blend together so you can use the soap. The author of the post also made a gallon of soap and the recipe was a bit more complex than this recipe.
Bronners peppermint soap can I use this? I am a newbie at this, but determined to have a toxin free home, to the extent that I am able.
I bet they will help you get another bottle since this sounds like an issue on their end.
I put the glycerin back on a different shelf. Separation is going to occur in this product: I think it would be pretty easy to make: Hey Roberta, I think all the castile soaps on the market contain coconut oil. Hey Anuja, Castile is really concentrated, so you can dilute a lot or very little.
I am wondering if I want to leave out the vitamin E, could I add something such as shea butter to the recipe. Came across your site. Either way, cue A LOT of scrubbing the sink.
You can definitely make more and store the extra under the sink. Thank you, Diane!
Hey Kristina, Thank you so much! I love the oils you have in your recipe and want nice soft hands. However, I was wondering if you could explain what beneficial properties it adds to the mixture?