Castile soap


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Castile soap

[ka′stēl ′sōp]
(materials)
A white, odorless, hard soap made from sodium hydroxide and olive oil.
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Watkins' new line of 98-and 99-percent natural Pure Castile Soaps.
Reflecting the partnership's activist intentions for change, the new castile soap is formulated with 100% natural ingredients including olive, coconut and jojoba oils, challenging the established understanding that various chemical ingredients are required for personal and household cleaning.
3 quarts hot water 2 ounces castile soap, grated 1 tablespoon borax 1/4 cup glycerin 1 gallon jug or bottle
Kirk's Original Hard Water Castile Soap -- This pure coconut oil and vegetable glycerin biodegradable soap is hypoallergenic.
Bebe Michele, founded by Michele Varsano and launched in September of 2000, offers Baby Sudz Bath wash, a natural liquid cleanser derived from pure castile soap with lavender and chamomile.
The all-natural product is a blend of acne cream and liquid castile soap designed to alleviate acne for people with dry skin.
Hathi currently owns and operates the Kirk's Castile Soap brand, purchased from Proctor & Gamble in 1996.
The range includes castile soap, emollient body lotion, hydrating cream, shower gel, massage/bath oil, loofah exfoliating scrub, clay/seaweed mask, salt/seaweed scrub, fragrant body spray and aromatherapy candles.