Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap
If you have never dabbled in the realm of hair color, I probably lost you at the first “blonde”. By the time we hit “lowlighting”, you had crossed the state
So let’s tackle one of the least romantic parts of housecleaning – toilet bowls. I don’t need to tell you that these can get icky, especially if you have boys
The Shikakai soaps drop the water from the castile soap and add Organic White Grape Juice, Organic Sucrose, and Organic Shikakai Powder. Here’s how each benefits:
Dilutions cheat sheet for Dr. Bronner's castile soap. Dilute! Dilute! OK! But how much? Here is a quick reference. None of this is a hard and fast
Here’s what all the housecleaning info on my blog boils down to: in this cabinet all the recipes, recommendations, ingredients and tools I've mentioned reside.
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The liquid came first – peppermint to be exact. Bar soap meandered in a few decades later. While there are hardliners in both camps, the difference between liquid