100% Pure Castile Hand Soap

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100% Pure Castile Hand Soap

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Castile soap is one of the oldest soaps around. Records of such have been found dating all the way back to the 11th Century. The best castile soaps are traditionally made with 100% olive oil and that is how I make ours. In fact I go the extra mile and make our Castile soap with 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil. (Interesting tidbit: Many if not most soap manufacturers now use cheap fillers like palm oil and other chemical compounds in their Castile soap recipes and pass it off as "Pure Castile".  Just read their labels. That is entirely misleading to you the consumer. They get a bigger profit and you get an inferior soap.)

Castile soaps are as mild as they come and are great soaps to bathe in especially for those with extremely delicate skin. My castile soap is super good. It is extra gentle on your skin but strong enough to rid it of dirt and grime.  Because it is extra gentle on your skin yet cleans excellent many people use it for lots of things that need cleaning:  Dishes, clothes, all purpose cleaning spray, dog shampoo.  Many more uses can be found on the internet!

Forget all about the synthetic, low quality commercial hand soaps that don’t deliver. Unscented, fragrance free, very gentle, handmade the old fashioned way from highest quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil is exactly what you get when you purchase my Old Whippersnapper's Premium 100% Pure Castile Hand Soap.

So now that you know what real Castile soap is, get yours today by clicking “Add To Cart”.

Handcut Soap is 4.1 to 4.5 ounces Each Bar

(color and shape of soap may differ slightly from picture as each batch is homemade to order and slightly unique order to order giving each batch its own character. Also note: To ensure brand authenticity to our customers all bar soaps are stamped with our company name.)

*Full list of ingredients:  Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Glycerine, and Lye (used for saponification to create the soap; final product contains no lye).