Natural Handmade Castile Soap. 2 bottles in the shower. Sakura Rose Castile Liquid Soap and Lavender Castile Liquid Soap. Gentle and mild natural handmade castile soaps that are great for your skin.

Why Is Castile Soap Good? Here Are 7 Great Reasons.

Castile soap has been used for centuries and is known for its natural ingredients and versatility. Here are 10 reasons why Castile soap is good for you:

1. Gentle on the Skin

Castile soap is made from natural oils like olive oil, making it gentle and suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin. For example here at Tsuki Soap, we use a lot of moisturising oils like olive oil, sweet almond oil and sunflower oil, among many oils in our blend, to ensure that our Castile liquid soaps are very mild and gentle to provide cleansing without drying the skin.

2. Chemical-Free

Unlike traditional soaps that contain harsh chemicals, Castile soap is free from synthetic ingredients, making it a safer choice for your skin and the environment.

3. Multipurpose Cleaner

Castile soap can be used for cleaning your body, dishes, laundry, and even your home, reducing the need for multiple cleaning products. At Tsuki Soap, our oil blend for our Castile soaps make them catered for skin as many expensive oils have been included for moisturising properties and might be wasted as a cleaner!

4. Biodegradable

Castile soap is biodegradable, meaning it breaks down naturally without harming the environment, making it an eco-friendly choice.

5. Vegan and Cruelty-Free

Castile soap is made from plant-based ingredients and is not tested on animals, making it a cruelty-free and vegan-friendly option.

6. Moisturizing Properties

The natural moisturising oils in Castile soap help to moisturise and nourish the skin, leaving it feeling soft and hydrated after use.

7. Beautiful Scents

Our Liquid Castile soap comes in a variety of scents, from lavender to peppermint, allowing you to choose a fragrance that suits your preferences and mood.

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