Earth Mama’s foaming castile soap is real soap, made with pure organic ingredients certified by Oregon Tilth. And it’s ideal for handwashing, all-purpose household cleaning, washing face masks, fruits and vegetables, making DIY baby wipes and yes, even bathing the whole family. Because castile soap does serious battle with germs — and during these times castile soap is a staple for every household. So whether you’re cleaning your hands, your baby, your vegetables or your kitchen counter, make it simple with castile.
• Dermatologist tested and clinically tested for irritation
• NO synthetic fragrance, preservatives, Triclosan or sulfates
• Made with organic herbs and oils, certified by Oregon Tilth
• Rated ONE on the EWG’s Skin Deep Cosmetics Database, the lowest hazard rating a product can achieve
• Leaping Bunny Certified
[Sweet Orange Baby Wash] SO GOOD FOR BABY! I will NEVER use another brand of baby wash ever again! This doesn’t break my daughter’s skin out and it makes her smell AMAZING!Gdavis
[Ginger Fresh Body Wash] WON'T BUY ANYTHING ELSE. I have never said this before in my life — THIS IS MY FAVORITE SOAP EVER. I can not get over how it feels; its super lush and luxurious and ....I don't even know how to explain it. It feels INCREDIBLE. The scent is light but present, and I am never going back.Ashley
Homemade Household Cleaners That Are Really Clean
Castile soap is “clean” as in organic with no questionable yucky stuff, and “clean” as in: it’s actual soap, that you can use to make all sorts of DIY household cleaning solutions — that are ridiculously easy, and will save you some cash.
From the Earth Mama Blog
5 Frugal Household Uses for Real Soap
Did you know that “Castile” is just a way to describe a style of soap, not a particular brand? That little fact often comes as a surprise to many people. There are so many uses for real soap around the house!
from the Earth Mama blog
Soap VS. Detergent
If you’re a parent you’d probably love a dime for every time you’ve prodded your kids to wash their hands, WITH soap! Since washing hands with pure soap is the best way to prevent spreading germs and disease, you’d think we’d all be clear about what that simple thing called “soap” is. But bar or liquid, your soap may not be so simple. And before you find out “you’re soaking in it” you may want to find out why!