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Organic Liquid Castile Soap With Lemon And Lime, 1 Glass Bottle Of 500ml


This is a wonderful, extra mild and gentle liquid soap made from certified organic ingredients as well as added lemon and lime essential oils. It contains no harsh chemicals, additives, colorants, foaming agents or other harmful ingredients. Just pure derivatives from plant sources. It can be used for the face and body, or as an all-purpose wash  and it makes a wonderful base ingredient for your own creations. Traditionally, castile soap contained olive oil but that definition is now outdated and the currently accepted definition is much broader. Our castile soap is made with organic coconut and sunflower oils as well as organic vegetable glycerin instead of olive oil. Castile soap is also a powerful cleaner which lathers beautifully and leaves no greasy residue. It is indispensable in green cleaning because it acts as a surfactant and helps lift away dirt and cuts through grease. You can clean with it inside your home, including as a laundry detergent and a dish soap. Please keep out of eyes!

It is presented in a stylish 500ml amber glass bottle with an aluminium lid.

Castile Soap Lemon & Lime

SKU: FSS-CastLemonLime
  • Aqua, Potassium Oleate (Derived From Organic Sunflower Oil), Potassium Cocoate (Derived From Organic Coconut Oil), Organic Glycerin, Potassium Citrate, Citric Acid, Citrus Limonum Oil (Lemon Ess. Oil), Citrus Aurantifolia Oil (Lime Ess. Oil), Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool,(Within The Essential Oils).


  • 1. Wound cleaning

    Castile soap can be used to clean minor wounds. Add 2 teaspoons of soap to 2 cups of filtered drinking water to create a cleansing solution.

    A 1999 animal studyTrusted Source found that castile soap was effective in healing wounds and lowering the rate of wound complications. It was compared to a saline solution, benzalkonium chloride, bacitracin, and a combination of all of these.

    However, research from 2015 found that saline solution works better than castile soap in cleaning open fractures. This research followed 2,500 people for a year and found that people who used castile soap at the start of surgery were 32 percent more likely to require a second surgery compared to people who used saline.

    2. Deodorant

    Castile soap can be used to make a natural deodorant. Add 1/2 teaspoon of castile soap and 1 teaspoon of sea salt to a small spray bottle and use in the underarm area as needed.

    3. Dish soap

    Add 1 part of castile soap to 10 parts of water to make a liquid dish soap.

    4. Dishwasher detergent

    Use a natural option to replace your usual dishwasher detergent. Mix equal parts of castile soap and water in a bottle. Fill your detergent compartment as normal.

    5. Window cleaner

    Freshen up and shine your windows with a natural spray. Use 1 tablespoon of castile soap in a quart of water to clean your windows. Then rinse using soda water and dry the windows with newspaper.

    6. Shampoo

    Pre-make a mixture of 1 tablespoon of castile soap in a cup of water. Use a small amount of this diluted castile soap to wash your hair. Or simply work a small amount of neat (undiluted) soap into wet hair.

    7. Face wash

    Castile soap is mild enough to use on your face and strong enough to potentially prevent acne and kill harmful bacteria. Rub a few drops of soap onto your face and rinse as usual.

    8. Body wash

    Squeeze a small amount of castile soap into your hands to use as a body wash. Use a washcloth or loofah to gently exfoliate your skin.

    9. Hand soap

    You can easily make your own hand soap or foaming hand soap. Add 2 tablespoons of castile soap to 12 ounces of water. It’s optional to add 1/2 teaspoon of a carrier oil or any essential oil. Fill your soap dispenser with the mixture.

    10. Shaving

    You can use castile soap in place of shaving cream. Lather up a bit of pure soap in your hands and then apply it to the area you want to shave. You can add a small amount of a carrier oil to help moisturize your skin.

    11. All-purpose household cleaner

    An all-purpose castile liquid cleaner can tackle all sorts of cleaning jobs. Use 1 to 2 cups of soap in a quart of water as a cleaning spray.

    12. Foot bath

    Use castile soap to make yourself a relaxing foot bath. Simply add 2 teaspoons of liquid soap to a small bucket of hot water. You can add a few drops of an essential oil to enhance the experience. Sit back and unwind as you soak your feet for up to 20 minutes.

    13. Laundry detergent

    Add 1/2 cup of castile soap to a load of laundry. You can use less soap if you’re using a high-efficiency washing machine. This may be a particularly appealing option for those who get rashes from traditional store-bought laundry detergents.

    14. Bath

    Make your bath more luxurious by adding 2 tablespoons of liquid soap to a hot tub of water. You can add 1 tablespoon of a carrier oil if you want some extra moisture for your skin.

    15. Sinus decongestion

    A castile soap steam is a convenient way to clear your sinuses. Simply add 1 tablespoon of soap to a bowl of boiling hot water. Place your face over the water, drape a towel over your head, and breathe in the mist.

    16. Mopping

    Castile soap can be used to make your floors sparkle. Add 1/2 cup of soap to 3 gallons of hot water and mop as usual.

    17. Toilet cleaner

    Mix 1 cup of soap and 4 cups of water and put in a spray bottle. Use this solution to clean your toilet.

    18. Ant spray

    Add 1/4 cup of soap to a quart of water to make a spray that can be used to keep ants away from plants. Always test it on a small part of the plant before using it on the entire plant.

    19. Fruit and vegetable rinse

    Castile soap is a great way to clean any pesticides or residue from fresh fruits and vegetables. Add 1/4 teaspoon of soap to a bowl of water. Soak and then gently rub the produce using your hands. Then rinse with plain water.

    20. Teeth cleaner

    If you can handle the taste, you can use a drop of soap on your toothbrush to brush your teeth. You may wish to use a peppermint or tea tree oil castile soap.

    21. Pet wash

    Castile soap can even be used to wash your pets. The exact amount of soap you use will vary depending on the amount of hair and the size of your animal. Use a small amount of soap mixed with water to wash your pet. Then rinse with clean water.

    Essential oils can be toxic to animals, so use an unscented soap.

    Also note that castile soap is sometimes made with avocado oil. While many parts of the avocado are toxic to animals as well, the oil is generally considered safe. Even so, you may prefer to use a castile soap that is formulated without avocado oil.

    22. Plant spray for bugs

    Keep bugs off of your plants by mixing 1 tablespoon of castile soap in a quart of water to make a spray.

    23. Makeup remover

    Castile soap can be combined with witch hazel and a carrier oil to make a natural makeup remover. Mix equal parts of all three ingredients together and use a cotton ball to gently remove makeup. Then use a washcloth with warm water to remove any remaining residue.

    24. Mouthwash

    Make a mouthwash by adding 1 drop of castile soap to a shot glass of water. Use peppermint soap to improve the taste.

    25. Scouring scrub

    You can use a castile soap scrub cleaner in your kitchen or bathroom. Mix 1 cup of castile soap and 3 cups of water in a spray bottle. Shake some baking soda and then spray the cleaning solution on the area that needs to be cleaned. Use a sponge or brush to scrub away any dirt or grime.

    26. Makeup brush cleaner

    Remember to wash your makeup brushes every week if you can. Simply fill a cup with warm water and a few drops of castile soap. First rinse your brushes in water, then place them in the cup for about 10 minutes. Rinse the brushes again and allow them to air dry.

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