Do you want to learn how to make your own liquid soap at home? If you have decided that you want to prepare your own cosmetics and personal hygiene and household cleaning products, you will surely have in mind to make soap among other various products. Luckily, there are many recipes for making soaps at home , either more or less natural, depending on the ingredients you have on hand.
In AgroCorrn we explain how to make homemade liquid soap with these 5 easy recipes for liquid soap for hands, for washing machines and dishes or dishwashers with different ingredients, such as lemon, bicarbonate, glycerin, with or without oil, etc.
How to make homemade liquid hand soap with lemon
We started by explaining how to make liquid hand soap with lemon , which is one of the freshest and most liked fragrances for hand washing.
Ingredients and material
- 2 l of water.
- 10 drops of lemon essential oil .
- 2 glasses or 400g of grated bar soap.
- 1 tablespoon or 10 g of liquid glycerin.
- 1 plastic bottle with a dispenser. You can wash and reuse any other soap you have run out of.
- Grate the bar or bar soap.
- Put half the water in a pot and turn on the fire, leave it half power.
- When the water starts to boil, add the grated soap and the liquid glycerin (if you have it solid it can also work but you will have to make sure that it is diluted well).
- Stir well so that everything is well integrated and dissolved.
- Turn off the heat when two minutes have passed since you added the soap and glycerin and let it cool.
- Add the drops of lemon essential oil and mix again.
- Fill the plastic dispenser bottle with the liquid hand soap and close it tightly. You should keep it in a dry and cool place, where it does not get constant heat from the heating.
- We recommend that you write down the date you made this soap and keep in mind that you can use it without problems, as long as you store it well and away from heat sources, until it is about 6 months old, thereafter it can remain in good condition for a time longer or start to spoil.
How to make homemade liquid laundry soap without oil
Have you come to this article because you want to know a recipe to make homemade liquid laundry soap ? Well at this point we detail how to make liquid soap for washing machine step by step with the following ingredients:
Ingredients and utensils
- 125 g or half a bar of Lagarto soap (in case you don’t have it, you can use a Marseille-type soap).
- 1 small cup or 2 tablespoons of baking soda.
- 2 liters of water.
- 1 large bottle (more than 1 liter).
- Casserole or medium pot.
- Heat resistant container.
Steps to make liquid soap for washing machines
- Grate the soap and set it aside.
- Put the baking soda in the heatproof container.
- Heat the water and when it boils lower the heat a little, take 1 or 2 glasses from it and pour them slowly into the container that contains the bicarbonate.
- Mix well so that the baking soda dissolves in the hot water.
- Add the grated soap to the pot with the rest of the boiling water and mix well.
- Without stopping stirring for 2 minutes, slowly add the baking soda dissolved in water and continue stirring for at least another two minutes.
- Turn off the heat, let the soap cool and once it is at room temperature, pour it into the bottle. With this recipe you already know how to make liquid soap for washing machines, but here we teach you more about How to make homemade soap for washing machines .
Another option is to use the washing nuts, so we encourage you to know them in this other post on How to make liquid soap with washing nuts .
How to make liquid soap with glycerin
Do you want to know more ways to learn how to make quick and easy homemade liquid soap ? Well, take note of this recipe to make liquid soap with glycerin that you can use, for example, to wash dishes by hand:
- Marseille or Lagarto type bar or bar soap.
- Distilled water.
- 2 teaspoons of liquid glycerin.
- Preferred essential oil.
- 1 bottle with dispenser.
The ratio of distilled water to soap is three cups of distilled water to one cup of grated bar soap. Thus, if you are making two cups of grated soap, you will have to put six cups of distilled water.
Steps to make liquid soap with glycerin
- Grate or cut the bar of soap very thinly.
- Heat the water in a pot or casserole and when it boils add the grated soap.
- Put it on a simmer and mix until the soap has completely dissolved.
- Then turn off the heat, add the liquid glycerin and mix again.
- At this point, to give it more disinfectant and aroma properties, you can add a few drops of essential oil that you liked (lemon, mint, etc.).
- Let the soap cool. If you see that it has become too thick, you can put it back on the fire and add a little water, stir and turn off the fire to let it cool down again. You can repeat it until you see the texture you want.
- Pour the soap into the dispenser bottle and store it in an area at room temperature, away from heat sources.
Here you can learn much more about How to make ecological dishwasher soap .
How to make liquid soap with used oil
If you want to take advantage of the oil you use in the kitchen, or if you simply like this ingredient because it is very moisturizing for the skin, here you will learn how to make liquid soap with olive oil and aloe vera :
- 3 liters of water.
- 75 g or 7 1/2 tablespoons caustic soda.
- 375 ml or 1 1/2 cups of used olive or sunflower oil.
- 1 cup of aloe vera gel.
- 5 g or 1 teaspoon of salt.
- A few drops of essential oil of your choice.
- Protect yourself to use the caustic soda. Put on rubber gloves, goggles and a mask to avoid breathing the gases and mix the soda with the water.
- Mix well using a wooden spoon until the soda is completely dissolved.
- Strain the used oil, if you did not have it ready yet, and pour it into the pot slowly, stirring all the time in the same direction so that it mixes with the diluted soda.
- Add the salt, aloe vera gel and a few drops of the essential oil that you like best.
- Pour the soap into a dispenser bottle. You will have to shake it twice each day and then uncover it and leave it in a place with little or no light and cool.
- After several weeks (about 1 month) you will be able to use it. If you want to intensify its aroma you can add more essential oil.
If you like to make soaps and reuse materials such as oil, in this other article you will see more ideas on How to make homemade soap with used oil .
How to Make Baking Soda Liquid Soap
Another recipe for natural liquid soap for washing dishes or hands is this one prepared with baking soda:
Ingredients and utensils
- 1 l of water.
- 300 g of grated Marseille bar soap without glycerin.
- 4 tablespoons of baking soda.
- 1 cup of aloe vera gel (optional).
- A few drops of essential oil of your liking (optional).
- 1 plastic bottle of 1.5 l.
- 1 medium saucepan.
- 1 funnel.
- 1 heat resistant container.
- Put the baking soda in the heatproof container.
- Add the water in the pot and while it heats, add the grated soap little by little.
- Before the water starts to boil, take out 2 cups and pour them with the baking soda into the heat-resistant container.
- Let the water in the pot continue to heat until it starts to boil.
- When it boils, without turning off the heat, pour the mixture of water and bicarbonate into the pot of boiling water and stir so that the bicarbonate and the diluted soap mix well.
- Lower the heat to low power and pour in the aloe vera gel, stir for a minute so that it integrates well and turn off the heat.
- Let the soap cool and add the drops of essential oil for a scent that you like if you want the soap to smell more intense.
- Finally, pour the liquid soap into the large bottle or multiple dispenser bottles. It is advisable to shake the bottle before using the soap.
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