Does the cost of Thieves Foaming Hand Soap have your eyes bulging from your head? Learn how to make Thieves Foaming Hand Soap and save yourself some money while you’re at it.
Last year my family began a journey to better health. We joined a gym. We’re eating better. And we are constantly looking for ways to live a cleaner, healthier life.
That led us to Young Living Essential Oils. One of my favorite products is Thieves Foaming Hand Soap. But, since it is a little on the pricey side, I decided to learn how to make Thieves foaming hand soap myself to save myself a few bucks.
How to Make Thieves Foaming Hand Soap
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After looking at the ingredient list on the back of the bottle and talking with the owner of a local health food store, we talked through several ways for how to make Thieves foaming hand soap. I’m sure there are other ways to make Thieves foaming hand soap, but this is the way I’ve tried and I love the results.
To make Thieves Foaming Hand Soap add Dr. Bronner’s soap to an empty foaming soap dispenser. I like to mix mine in a mason jar and then pour into the dispenser, but you can totally skip this part to save a step if you want. Add Thieves Essential Oil and Vitamin E Oil to the soap in the mason jar. Next, slowly add in the filtered water. If you add the water too quickly it will foam a lot and you’ll yield less soap.
Since I reuse the Young Living Thieves Foaming Hand Soap dispenser and it’s 8 ounces, I use 7 ounces of filtered water. Using 1 ounce less than your dispenser size should work perfectly. If you are using an unusually large dispenser, you will need to adjust the other ingredients accordingly.
Shake gently to combine the soap and oils. If you used a separate jar like I did, slowly add to the soap dispenser. Pump a few times to get the foaming action going.
For the last several months we have been using various oils to treat mild headaches, sniffles and sneezes, and as general supplements for a healthy lifestyle. I’ve learned so much about oils and how to use them in our day-to-day life. Since many oils do various things and help many different ailments and conditions, I’ve still got so much to learn though.
Thieves Foaming Hand Soap Recipe
- 3 tablespoons Dr. Bronner's Pure-Castile Soap, 18-in-1 Hemp Baby Unscented
- 6 drops Thieves Essential Oil
- 3 drops Vitamin E Oil
- filtered water (amount depends on your size of your dispenser)
Because Thieves Essential Oil is a blend of essential oils that support the body’s natural defenses, it’s perfect for year-round use. I use it to make homemade cleaning products, as a natural air refresher, and as a supplement to support my immune system.
I know it can be overwhelming to learn about new things, but if you are interested in learning more about essential oils and how they can help your family, I’m available to chat with you! Reach out to me via email, comment below, Facebook or Twitter.
Thieves Foaming Hand Soap is a great way to clean your hands without all the harsh chemicals! I’ve provided this easy Amazon widget so that you can buy the supplies you need (minus the Thieves Essential Oil) to make your own!