Blended with Macadamia Nut and Coconut Oils, this lush, tropical liquid soap will not only clean your entire body, but leave your skin nourished! But bodies are not the only thing this soap cleans! Like our entire line of soaps, it is ALL Purpose. Use it on virtually anything. Here are our Faves:
Body, Hands, Hair, Babies, Pets, Dishes, Counters, Laundry, shaving, etc.
Stored in glass, made in the USA using Hawaiian oils and original artwork on label done by a local Hawaiian artist!
Did you know? This product was our VERY first product in zero-waste, plastic free packaging, first offered in 2008! It has a special place in our hearts.
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Liquid Castile Soap - Big Island Blend
- 16oz Attractive Boston Round Glass bottle with metal cap
- 100% Plastic FREE! (pump optional: add $0.75)
- Great to refill ceramic/glass hand soap containers! - If adding to a separate dispenser, add water (see cheat sheet) so that your soap lasts longer!
- Original artwork on label by local Hawaiian artist!
- Organic and Natural, Hand Made in the USA
- 16oz. / ml Elegant Glass Boston round (pump add on)
- ALL PURPOSE CASTILE SOAP: Use on hands, bodies, babies, pets, hair, dishes, laundry and MORE!
- Vegan / GMO FREE / Cruelty FREE (Leaping Bunny Certified)
Directions: USE On anyone and anything that needs cleaning; from baby to Grandpa, laundry to floors.
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Here are some videos on how to use our liquid Castile soap:
Ingredients: Virgin, raw, macadamia nut oil, virgin, organic coconut oil, distilled water, borax*, pure, therapeutic grade essential oil (specific oil depends on scent. For example, peppermint will have peppermint EO in it)
*There is a lot of scare and misunderstanding around borax. This is mostly due to the fact that it CAN be harmful, but that is in its pure form, and in larger amounts than what we use. The borax is minimal in our soap ingredients (very low %). Additionally, it is washed off. So, it is very unlikely someone would have any reaction; unless there was a rare sensitivity to it (in 10 years we have never heard of any issues with our soap).
Laundry Detergents that contain borax would have much more chance of exposure/risk, due to the amount in the soap and the fact that clothes would then be worn afterwards. But even then, due to the rinsing of wash and the minimal amount, it may not be a concern to most (although certain people with sensitivities, and newborns, etc. we advise doing extra research and make informed decisions, as there MAY be a risk...the research isn't totally conclusive).
Most soaps (not natural) don’t use borax, instead, they use detergents and other known harmful ingredients. We don’t use any in natural ingredients, and do our research to ensure safe amounts with any natural ingredients that may pose a risk (we understand that "natural" doesn't necessarily = safe). That is why borax is used in our soap, it is natural, and in the small amount we use, is considered safe (per our extensive research).
Two of us in our family have Uber sensitive skin; so bad that if we use any soap that is not natural (e.g. at a public restroom) we immediately break out. We have to carry our liquid soaps around because of it.
All that said,there are some people that may be sensitive, so it comes down to your decision.
*We advise adding our soap to another dispenser, and add water, that way it will last longer (: You will also be diluting it even further to where the borax is barely present (:
Hand Washing is the #1 thing you can do to defend against viruses, such as the coronavirus (COVID-19). Here is a great excerpt on why soap is so effective agains the coronavirus:
"All enveloped viruses like the coronavirus are extremely susceptible to simple soaps and detergents of any kind. That’s because soap literally explodes the outer membranes of these viruses. Without the envelope, they can’t invade our cells or cause any harm. They just simply die." - (Eugene Gu, MD, 2020).
For more facts and information from an MD on how the coronavirus is spread, CLICK HERE. Check out our latest blog on the coronavirus and how some of our products can help!