I thought about how I make my homemade laundry soap (recipe here) and wondered why I couldn't just make some hand soap with the same method of grating a bar of soap and adding water over heat until it was dissolved. It worked! It is definitely runnier than store bought but the price break down is phenomenal. This bar of Dove soap was $1 and it made 3 quarts of liquid soap. Being that a normal store bought dispenser type soap is $1 for 8oz and I got 96 oz out of $1 bar of soap that makes my 8 ounces of hand soap cost .08 cents!!!
What is my recipe? it's simple, I took 1 bar of soap (any kind would do, you can use a bar of castile, your favorite bar of homemade soap or any other kind you choose) and 3 quarts of distilled water. (You can use tap water but boil it first and let it cool)
Do you have a favorite recipe for home made liquid hand soap? Feel free to link up or comment below.