How to DIY with Thieves – Part 2: Foaming Hand-soap

TGIF friends! I’m OUT of the Thieves Foaming Hand-soap in my both my kitchen and downstairs bathroom. The three pack I ordered in my Essential Rewards is on backorder and Customer Service doesn’t know when it is shipping out! Gasp!

For those of you that have ever been in this predicament, or quite frankly, do not want to pay for the Thieves Foaming Hand-Soap, I have a quick, easy, budget-friendly DIY for you!

DIY THIEVES FOAMING HAND SOAP

Combine 2 tbsp of Dr. Bronner’s Unscented Pure Castile Soap (Amazon) with 10 drops of Thieves essential oil (Starter Kit) in a foaming soap dispenser (Kohl’s). Fill with warm water and shake!

DIY HAND SOAP (NON-FOAMING)

Fill half a glass amber soap bottle with Dr. Bronner’s Unscented Pure Castile Soap, 2 tbsp. Fractionated Coconut Oil, and 15 drops of essential oil. Fill with warm water and shake!

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out!

XO,

Kate

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