From the garden to the table, dishes and drawers, even the top of our head to our toes we love the clean we get from Quinn’s UNSCENTED castile soap!
Castile soap used to be hard to find, but today you can find it online and in most health food stores. You can even find it in some regular grocery stores too! With so many different ways to use it, no wonder it’s growing in popularity. One of our favorites is Quinn’s UNSCENTED castile soap. It’s not only all natural and made from certified organic and vegan ingredients, it is unscented so it is free of essential oils and fragrances. Since Quinns Castile Soap is concentrated, a little of this soap goes a long way, making it a good buy for the money. It’s so concentrated that you’ll need to dilute it before using on skin, hair or fur. It’s also great for creating our own signature soaps, scrubs, and washes. We just add a small amount of our favorite essential oils and few ingredients from our cupboard.
Castile soap is made with vegetable oils. There is no lard, tallow, or other animal fats in a castile soap. It is great for head-to-toe body care, everyday household cleaning, laundry, and pet care. Soap made from olive oil can help ease the symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, and other skin disorders because it naturally softens and soothes skin without clogging the pores. I introduced my daughter, who had been using another brand of castile soap for several years, to Quinn’s recently and she is as in love with this product as we are.
Marcus uses castile soap instead of store-bought shaving cream. It’s easy, just rub a little bit of this soap between wet hands and it will create a luscious lather that’s perfect for shaving! The oils in the soap help the razor glide across your skin, reducing razor burn, nicks, and cuts. In addition to using it on the face, it’s great for underarms, legs, or wherever, too.
We like that castile soap cleans our hair without drying out the scalp or leaving behind silicones or other substances that can weigh hair down. Castile soap is not only a great soap for washing your body and hair but is an important part of our natural skincare routine. Since many perfumes are troublesome for sensitive skin we regularly do laundry with this unscented soap, too. We also don’t have to worry about our grandchildren’s delicate skin as it can safely be used by them.
We have a small organic garden that we use a mixture of castile soap, neem oil, and water to treat our plants such as squash, cucumber, and other broad-leafed plants that are susceptible to powdery mildew. We just mix it in a large spray bottle and spray liberally when we need to treat our plants. Once a week for existing problems and once every two weeks for prevention and maintenance. Castile soap is also great for making a quick and easy washing solution to clean your fresh produce. Just add 1/4 teaspoon of castile soap to a sink full of water. Put your produce into the water and swish it around. Then, rinse your produce with cool, clean water.
These are just a few ways that we enjoy using Quinn’s UNSCENTED castile soap. Have you tried Quinn’s? What do you like most about it? Have you incorporated castile soap into your routine? We’d love to hear how.