Friday, November 29, 2013

Castile Soap

I realize I took quite a hiatus from blogging,
but I am back now with some new DIYs to share!

Disclaimer: I am not sponsored by this company nor was I paid to make this post.  I am not affiliated or associated with this company. This is my own opinion about this company.

 I though I'd just put a disclaimer, since I'm discussing a specific brand.

In my Foaming Soap Tutorial, I used a 2 oz bottle of Dr. Bronner's Liquid Castile Soap in peppermint. I finally got around to buying a 32 oz bottle of unscented castile soap! I love how versatile liquid castile soap is for DIYs. You can create shampoo, scrubs, cleaning products, and much more!

For the Black Friday deal, Whole Foods' had a 25% off all beauty products sale. I originally was looking for some good aloe vera gel, when I spotted 32oz of Dr. Bronner's Liquid Castile soap for 9.99! Not only is 9.99 a great price, but it was also on sale! For the entire bottle I paid around 7.50 !

Sizes include 2 oz, 4 oz, 16 oz, and 32 oz bottles. Prices vary from 2.99-19.99. For the most part, they use organic ingredients. The consistency of the soap is very thin, but it can be altered easily.

It comes with a standard "drip" nozzle/cap identical to the one the smaller bottle have. From the picture, you can clearly see the size difference!

This castile soap comes in many varieties such as peppermint, lavender, almond, citrus, tea tree, rose, and baby/unscented. Castile soaps are very special because they are made from vegetable oils rather than animal fats. I'm so excited to finally have a large bottle of castile soap and can not wait to start making some new tutorials for Fivers Adventures!

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