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- Not tested on animals
Directions: Green Beaver Liquid Sunflower Soaps are concentrated. You may want to use full strength or dilute it with water depending on your usage. Body Wash: Use a couple of drops directly on a cloth or fill a bottle with 2 parts soap and 1 part water. Hand Soap Dispenser: Refill your dispenser with 1 part soap and 3 parts water. Veggie Wash: Add 1 tablespoon castile soap to 2 cups of water, and spray on your fruits and veggies. Dish Soap: Simply squirt half of what you would normally use with conventional dish soap directly into the sink. Floor Cleanser: Use 2 or 3 tablespoons of soap in a full bucket of water and mop your floors to a sparkly new lustre.Tile, Tub or Stovetop Scrub: Fill a spray bottle with 1 part soap and 3 parts water. Sprinkling a liberal dusting of baking soda to the area you wish to clean then spray the soap solution over the top. Scrub away! Laundry Detergent: Re-use an old laundry soap container and fill it with 2 Litres of hot water, ½ cup of soap, 1/3 cup of baking soda and 1/3 cup of coarse salt. Use ½ to 1 cup per load depending on the level of desired strength you need.
Ingredients: Sodium Cocoate** (saponified organic coconut oil), Sodium Sunflowerate** (saponified organic sunflower oil), Sodium Castorate (saponified organic castor oil)**, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter)*, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax*, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil*, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Oil*, Beta-sitosterol, Squalene, Tocopherol
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Alix: a few months ago
Lovely orange scent that fades off fast. Feels like it rinses completely off the skin without making it too dried out feeling. I tried washing my floors with it (tile and hard wood) using the recommended amount, and was quite pleased with the results. As a hand soap, once diluted, I find it too thin. Would work best in a foaming soap dispenser.
Charissa: about a year ago
Cheerful, zesty-smelling castile soap!
I had been a Dr. Bronner's user, until I found Green Beaver's soap. We use this in our laundry, to clean the floors (and other surfaces), I've used it as a body wash, as well as to wash dishes. It's gentle on the hands but still gets the job done, and the bright smell saves me the trouble of adding essential oils every time.
The only note I might make would be that I probably wouldn't use this on my baby or toddler (the smell is too strong for one thing), but I believe Green Beaver has a "gentler" formulation that I would be interested in trying for that.