Homemade Hand Soap

Homemade Hand Soap

I love using natural products that do not contain chemicals or toxins in them. In order to do so, I sometimes make my own version from everyday items I have in my house. One of my favorite ones is my hand soap, it’s really easy to make and it works better than any store bought soap I have tried. This soap is great for making your hands soft and moisturized but it also works great for men who work with their hands and have those nasty black stains . I actually have guy friends and friends whose boyfriends ask me for the recipe! So, here is my wonderful hand soap recipe:

  • 1 bag sugar
  • Olay dish soap (1″ in container)
  • 2-3 tablespoons olive oil

You can use this soap for yourself of course but it also works great as a gift for any occasion! I have also put food coloring or used a certain colored soap to make this a more festive gift for my friends and family as well as matching décor for my kitchen and bathroom. Everyone compliments the soap and after one use are begging for the recipe (not that they have to!). So, for everyone’s convenience I thought it was time to share this awesome hand soap.

Enjoy Everyone!

Love,

Candice

And the Glamify Girl Team

IMAG2302 Step 1: Add Sugar

IMAG2303 Step 2: Add Dish Soap

IMAG2305 Step 3: Add Oil

IMAG2307 Step 4: Mix Together

2 thoughts on “Homemade Hand Soap

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    1. Rhod,
      Thank you for your comment! If you ever do start a blog, let us know! We will be happy to check it out! We will be looking forward to reading more of your posts and if you ever have a question or topic you would like to know more about please feel free to let us know! Don’t forget to check out our FaceBook page at facebook.com/glamifygirl and our Pinterest page at pinterest.com/stephaniecook18

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