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Herbal liquid soap

Herbal liquid soap


You can dilute it and use it as liquid soap.

One bottle (250g) of soap base makes about 500ml to 750ml of liquid soap.


It can be used for a variety of everyday purposes such as shampoo, makeup remover, body soap, kitchen soap, etc., but it contains oils and herbal oils that are especially effective for the scalp and hair.


Dilute with purified water, your favorite aromatic distilled water (flower water), or whatever you like.

After diluting it, we also recommend adding your favorite scented essential oil.


<Ingredients> All organic

Herb infused oil, camellia oil, macadamia nut oil, castor oil

*Herbs are extracted into coconut oil using vacuum extraction method without damage from heat or oxidation.


<About herbs>

*White sage

Hair: Calms scalp troubles and inflammation, keeps the scalp clean

Skin: Astringent, supports healing of inflammation and pain

Mind: Refresh and purify mind and body



Hair: Moisturizes and shines the hair and scalp, prevents it from spreading

Skin: Support for aging problems such as dryness, rough skin, sagging, dullness, etc.


*Guava leaf

Hair: Hair growth, prevention of hair loss and gray hair

Skin: blackheads, age spots, freckles, atopic dermatitis


<How to use>

Dissolve liquid soap in equal to double amount of purified water or your favorite aromatic distilled water.

If you are in a hurry, you can use hot water or heat it in the microwave while keeping an eye on it, which will melt it faster, but if you are using aromatic distilled water, we recommend leaving it as is for a day without applying high heat.

If you transfer the diluted soap to a foam pump bottle and use it in foam form, it will remove stains more easily.

Liquid soap base can be stored undiluted for up to a year. Please store away from direct sunlight and high temperatures. Please use the diluted soap approximately in a month.



250g (about 9oz) ← About 500ml to 750ml of liquid soap



distilled water to dilute

Spring/summer: chamomile, rosemary, peppermint, neroli, etc.

Autumn/winter: geranium, lavender, eucalyptus, rose, etc.


*For those who are not accustomed to soap shampoo

The same goes for shampoos containing surfactants, but before washing, brush your hair and thoroughly pre-wash your scalp with running water, then wash quickly with lathered liquid soap and rinse thoroughly.

After washing your hair, rinse your hair with something acidic such as vinegar or citric acid to restore the open cuticle and prevent damage caused by towel drying and friction.




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