- End of Life
A highly concentrated bar of castile soap for all your kitchen and bath needs. Grate into flakes and melt into water at different ratios to make dish soap, all-purpose cleaning spray, laundry detergent, body wash, facial cleanser, or hand soap. Suds away!
Use & Care
To make liquid soap from this bar, you'll grate the soap into flakes using a cheese grater, and melt into boiling water. We recommend 2 oz of soap to every 4 cups of water for a nice liquid castile soap, but you can adjust the ratio to be more or less concentrated. Combine boiling water and grated soap in a slow cooker and cook on low for an hour, and then blend or whisk until smooth. Alternatively, melt the flakes on the stovetop and stir in boiling water, cooking continuously for one hour. Let cool for at least half an hour.
Store the bar in a cool place where it can dry between uses.
Each bar is 1 pound. That's 16 ounces, so it will make approximately 2 gallons of liquid Castile soap. The soap is approximately 3-1/2" square and 2" thick.
Olive Oil (Grade A Extra Virgin), Sustainably Sourced Organic Palm Oil (see below!***), Coconut Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerin (Kosher, Vegetable Origin), Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Sorbitol (moisturizer), Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier), Oat Protein (conditioner). Titanium Dioxide (mineral water used in opaque soaps)
***GloryBee works with
Palm Done Right who certifies 100% organically grown oil palms, deforestation-free, wildlife friendly, with fair and socially responsible employment practices.
Wrapped in recyclable paper or bare.
* Please note this product will soon be archived from the shop. Wondering where to find this product in the future? Email us and we’ll be happy to help you find another source for the product. You can read more about why we’re making these changes and stock up on other old favorites here.
GloryBee is a certified B Corporation in Eugene, Oregon that's committed to sustainability. You can read their Sustainability Report here - companies like this give us so much hope for the future. They're focused on water and energy use, waste reduction, employee health and happiness, and ethical sourcing.
Made in the USA.
If the soap gets too small to hold, grate, or melt down, you can put it in a soap saver bag with other soap ends, and it doubles as a loofah.