ChiltanPure Castile Liquid Soap with Tea Tree Essential Oil
Chiltanpure Castile Liquid soap with Tea Tree Essential Oil is made from Tre Tree plant-based oil. It has been lauded for years as being gentler and more versatile than any other soap out there.
Chiltanpure Tea Tree Castile Liquid Soap, is made with special blend of Tea Tree essential oil and Tea tree ,extracts together with other essential oils.
Chiltanpure Castile liquid soap contains lye which, when mixed with the oil, creates soap molecules. Mix this soap with water and it creates charged atoms that capture dirt and other grime.
How Chiltanpure Tea Tree Castile Liquid Soap differs from other soaps?
It all goes back to these oils. Traditional soap uses tallow (animal fat), making castile liquid soap a vegan, cruelty-free alternative. (Besides re-examining bath products, here are 12 more things no one tells you about going vegan.) Other soaps and cleaning products may also contain harmful detergents but properties present in tea tree essential oil may kill bacteria and fungus, and reduce allergic skin reactions.
Chiltanpure Tea Tree Castile liquid Soap is totally natural, non-toxic, and biodegradable & anti-bacterial. You can use it as both a beauty product and household cleaner. It works effectively cleaning everything from your face to your faucets & will leave soothing fragrance which you want around you. It is also super affordable hence, replacing multiple different products with this one all-purpose solution can be a great way not only to save space, but some of your hardly earned money too.
Is there anything you shouldn’t use Chiltanpure Castile Liquid soap for?
Use it by diluting it properly, otherwise it is not a good option for color-treated hair, as it can strip out the dye molecules. Also, you should not combine acids (vinegar, lemon juice) with Castile soap. Castile soap is alkaline, so the two will essentially counteract one another and can result in a leftover film or residue on whatever you’re trying to clean. Castile soap can sometimes leave salt deposits behind, so those acids can react afterward.