Peppermint foaming hand soap just requires 3 simple ingredients and a few minutes to make!
Usually I’m the one coming up with DIY projects in our home. But this time, it was actually my husband who taught me that you could make your own foaming hand soap!
It’s a very easy project that only takes a couple minutes (if that) and it’s also money-saving, because it only takes a small amount of ingredients to make quite a few batches of soap.
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Peppermint Foaming Hand Soap
I decided to use peppermint castile soap because that’s what we had on hand, and the scent is so refreshing. You only need three ingredients to make this soap:
- castile soap (I used this one but unscented also works)
- essential oil (I used peppermint essential oil, but any will work)
- foaming soap dispenser (like these)
You can also add a small amount of oil (like jojoba) to make the soap more moisturizing (I didn’t add that this time).
The key thing you need to make this soap is the foaming soap dispenser. That’s what makes it foamy! I had an old foaming soap dispenser that was empty, so that’s what I used (you can also get one here).
Just add water to the soap dispenser to about 2/3 full, and then add the soap:
Add a few drops of peppermint essential oil:
Shake the ingredients together a bit, and it’s ready to use!
Peppermint Foaming Hand Soap DIY
- 1 foaming soap dispenser
- peppermint castile soap any scent or unscented works
- peppermint essential oil
- Add water to the foaming soap dispenser until it's about 2/3 full. Don't get it too close to the top, or it will overflow.
- Add castile soap to the water. There isn't a precise measurement for this, I just add enough so the water rises up a bit. But again, don't get it too close to the top.
- Add a few drops of peppermint essential oil.
- Shake it up a bit to mix all ingredients together. Now it's ready to use!
See how simple that is? 🙂
You can use any essential oil scent that you like in this. Our peppermint plants in our garden are flourishing right now, so that’s where my peppermint inspiration came from.