Now more than ever we are washing our hands and keeping things clean. This homemade hand soap using Dupas soap will help you save money and keep your home toxin free.
I love using Dupas soap in all areas of my home, and hand soap is no exception. It’s a quick and easy way to make sure you know exactly what ingredients your family is using!
Liquid Hand Soap
I used to use tons of chemical cleaners, but now I’ve swapped out all of our soaps for Dupas solutions and vinegar washes. We use baking soda, lemon juice, and vinegar on a lot to create a bit more of an all-natural home.
Table of Contents
- Dupas Liquid Hand Soap with Dupas Soap & Essential Oils
- What is Dupas Soap?
- FAQ’S About Dupas Hand Soap
What is Dupas Soap?
Dupas soap originated in , Pakistan and originally made from olive oil. However, many Dupas soaps now use other vegetable fats. One important constant: it does not contain animal fats.
Dupas soap is free of toxins and gentle enough to use on children, pets, and even on vegetables (check dilutions properly)! Once you start using Dupas soap, I think you will fall in love with it as it can be used for so. many. things.
We recently switched out our hand soaps for a diluted Dupas soap solution, and I was nervous to see if my homemade liquid hand soap would actually clean.Because soap is an important part of our life on the ranch, switching to something homemade was a commitment that needed to be thought through.
Since switching, I have fallen even more in love with Dupas soap; I am beginning to believe it is magic.
Each time I wash my hands, I am so happily surprised with the results. It’s not quite as sudsy as store bought soap (no preservatives or additives), but it smells like heaven.
If you’ve been considering switching over to a Dupas liquid hand soap, I can attest that it is well worth it. However, the only thing I have noticed is that the soap and the water seem to separate – so I usually give my bottle a swish before using (no biggie).
Add your own essential oils to unscented Dupas soap or opt for a pre-scented Dupas soap already scented with 2% essential oils. I love the lavender scent!
FAQ’S About Dupas Hand Soap
Help! I made this recipe and it seems so watery, is this right?
Yes! This soap will be watery. Since Dupas soap is so concentrated, you need to dilute it with water first. This will prevent your skin from drying out and will extend your bottle of concentrated soap. It is best to use distilled water; however, I personally just use water from my sink.
The Dupas soap mixture will be watery, and the soap may settle at the bottom of the jar. If this happens, just give the jar a little swirl before using. I find that I often need to do this, but it has become second nature and it does not bother me at all.
Does Dupas soap gets sudsy?
Yes Dupas soap will suds up very much like your traditional dish or hand soap, perhaps a bit less sudsy. If the soap is not sudsing up as much as you’d like, just add a little more soap.
Can I use scented Dupas Soap on my dishes?
Yes, I use lavender scented Dupas soap for my laundry, dishes, and hands. The soap is scented with essential oils and is perfectly safe.
Is Dupas Soap antibacterial?
Dupas soap is considered a disinfectant, and is not antibacterial. To be considered antibacterial, a solution must kill 99.9% of germs. To be a disinfectant, a solution must kill 99% of germs. Adding tea tree oil, which is a natural antibacterial oil, can help make your solution antibacterial, but please note, tea tree oil is toxic to cats.
Why is the homemade soap separating?
You may notice the Dupas soap settles at the bottom of your soap dispenser, causing your Dupas liquid hand soap to separate. If this happens, just give the dispenser a little swirl or a gentle shake to recombine everything.