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Here Is How To Make Your Own Hand Soap When Your Store Is Out

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You have heard over and over again, WASH YOUR HANDS to protect you from this coronavirus.

BUT, what happens when the soap aisles at the store are bare?


Why, you get creative, and make your own!

Don’t have any idea where to start? Don’t worry, we got you!

Here Is How To Make Your Own Hand Soap

The good things about this soap, after your initial investment, you will have a lot of the supplies on hand. It can be made time and time again.

Start with an eight-ounce, CLEAN pump bottle. You can get one HERE on Amazon.

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You will need Castile Soap, Jojoba Oil, Vegetable Glycerine, and your favorite Essential Oil.

Now, you will need about a cup of boiled and cooled water.

So, lay everything out, so you can just pour and go.

Take your eight-ounce pump bottle (unscrew the pump top) and fill it about a quarter of the way full with the Castile Soap.

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Add about one tablespoon of the Jojoba Oil, and one tablespoon of the Vegetable Glycerine.

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Then you want to make it smell pretty. You can use ONE essential oil, or play around with a combination of oils. Basically, you need about twenty drops.

Essential Oils

Now, you just fill up the bottle the rest of the way with the boiled, cooled water.

Place the pump back on the bottle. Shake it up.

Boom! Hand Soap!

Now, get to washing your hands, friend.

Easy Hand Soap

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Author: Totally The Bomb


  • 8 Ounce Pump Bottle
  • Castile Soap
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Vegetable Glycerine
  • Essential Oil
  • Boiled Water


  • Gather all your ingredients
  • Pour Castile Soap into the 8-ounce bottle, until it is about 1/4 full
  • Add 1 T of Jojoba Oil
  • Add 1 T of Vegetable Glycerine
  • Add 20 drops of Essential Oils
  • Fill the bottle the rest of the way with boiled and cooled water.
  • Close bottle, and shake.
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