DIY Baby Bum Wash

August 26, 2016

Have you seen our original post explaining what Castile soap is and how to use it? If not, check it out here! In that post we gave a quick run down of all the various uses for castile soap, but today we share an easy recipe from Awarehouse that can be used on even the tiniest family members.

Photo from @awarhouse

Castile Soap Baby Wash

To make an easy and effective Castile wash, all you need to do is start with a few simple ingredients.

Optional

  • A teaspoon of Vitamin E Oil
  • 3-5 Drops of Essential Oil (We recommend lavender)

In a glass spray bottle, fill 3/4 of the container with distilled water and top off with Castile soap. Incorporate vitamin E oil and a few drops of essential oil for added moisturizing and aromatherapy benefits. Shake well before use, spray, and wipe with an organic cotton cloth. This recipe is easily customizable and safe for even the most sensitive behinds.

Thank you Awarehouse for the recipe. Make sure to check out their beautifully curated lines of home and personal care products that are safe for the whole family. 

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Organic Castile Soap (Unscented)

Lavender Essential Oil





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