Updated: Mar 4
Since the world experienced its "turmoil" people have become increasingly aware of germs and stuff. Have you noticed that when you go shopping everything is antibacterial, disinfectant or germ fighting? Sometimes, these seem to be a little more expensive than some of the "regular" products they share the shelf with. Aaannnnddddd as if that wasn't enough, some of those antibacterial soaps can be quite drying.
Well here is a quick DIY recipe for you to make your own antibacterial soap.
You will need:
- Mild or scent free castile soap
- Tea Tree essential oil
- Sweet Almond Oil (or a similar light oil)
- Soap dispenser with the pump (you can reuse one you already have)
Fill your soap dispenser a little over half full and add about 1 -2 tablespoons of the sweet almond oil and 10-20 drops of the tea tree essential oil. Put the top back on and shake well. You might need to give it a little shake before using.
If you have a DIY recipe for antibacterial soap please share it below!
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