You may have heard of castile soap from your grandparents. Castile has a long history. Written references to castile soap date back to the early 1600’s from Italy and Spain.
Castile is a pure olive oil soap. It is mild, not drying to the skin. By standards, castile soap is fine, hard, white and colorless.
My version of castile soap contains goat milk and olive oil. It is a slightly off-white soap and odorless.
It tested in my bath as a hard soap, long-lasting. It rinsed well with no residue, yet, it was not drying to the skin.
Castile soap will become available on the website this week.
If you are interested, please let me know. I plan to add castile soap to the base list of soaps that I carry this week!