I tried this using one of the many soap-free cleansing bars I have on hand. While the result does a great job cleansing, it didn't thicken and is way too thin to be satisfactory. I am going to try it using half the water. Again, I had problems because I used a soap-free bar. Use soap and you'll be fine.
This is how I make liquid soap when I run out of it;) A very nice recipe, easy and a good clone of the real liquid soap!
Absolutely terrific! I used some old ivory soap bars, and followed the directions exactly. What a really nice method, and certainly one heck of a lot cheaper then buy Liquid Soap. Thank you so much for posting!
I also used a glycerin soap. I never used to buy liquid hand soap because I couldn't afford my boys wasting it, but now I can make it and they can begin to learn to use only what they need without throwing many dollars' worth of soap down the drain. Thanks for posting!
I did this with a glycerin bar of soap and it worked great. Thanks!
This worked out very well! I used a cucumber scented vegan soap from www.sappohill.com (made in Oregon product). The mixture thickened slightly once it cooled. I figured the total cost for 3 cups of soap at about 40 cents. Cheap! Thanks for posting.
nice easy and CHEAP (for me)recipe for liquid hand soap.. works wonderul and I had tons of little samle bars so it was FREE for me..thanks for sharing this..I will be making more SOON
This came out very well. A good way to use up any of those small soaps you get in gift baskets that are a bit too small for the shower. It does help to let this cool completely, so that it can thicken properly before adding to the dispenser. Thanks for the posting!