Castile soaps are made from vegetable oil, rather than animal fats or synthetics. ... Both of these are castile soaps. The difference between a bar and a liquid castile soap is the chemical that's used to change the fat into soap. This process is called saponificationSince castile soap is made from safe, simple plant oils, it is considered safe for even the most sensitive skin types. It can help oily, acne-prone skin. The oils found in castile soap penetrate pores with their antibacterial agents, helping clean your skin without drying it out.
Our Castile Soap is a premium quality unscented liquid soap that is lovingly hand-made in Queensland. Castile soap is well suited for use with essential oils (or straight without oils added). Castile soap is primarily used as a body wash in the shower/bath or as a foaming hand wash. For those that use liquid soap as a shampoo, castile soap can be used in that instance.
Made from all natural ingredients, it is gentle enough for use on sensitive skin and you can take comfort knowing there are no nasty chemicals added. Castile soap is also very friendly to the environment.
This castile soap does not contain Palm Oil, Phthalates, Formaldehyde, Mineral Oils, Sulfates, Parabens or GMO products. It is suitable for Vegans.
INGREDIENTS: Filtered rainwater, potassium soap of olive oils and coconut oil, retained glycerin.
1/2 litre glass bottle.