Just the Goods chooses to offer The Green Beaver Company's Castile soap because it is plant-based, vegan, certified cruelty-free, labelled with ingredient transparency in mind, independently owned, affordable, gender inclusive, and makes no gimmicky claims. All products are Eco-Cert certified, certified vegan and cruelty-free by PETA, and The Green Beaver Company has taken Environmental Defence's Just Beautiful pledge.
From The Green Beaver Company's website: This product is a multi-purpose soap is made with cold-pressed Canadian organic sunflower seed oil, harvested in Quebec. Not only does it support Canadian organic farmers, but it also enriches your skin with antioxidants such as vitamin E and carotenoids, and moisturizing omegas. Always soaping up a generous lather, The Green Beaver Company's Castile line is blended with coconut oil to leave your skin feeling fresh and soft – all while being gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin. This soap is also biodegradable so it can be safely used when washing in lakes and rivers.
Available in 495 ml / 16 fl oz -or- 990 ml / 334 fl oz
Sample sizes of this item are, unfortunately, not produced by the manufacturer, The Green Beaver Company. For hygienic reasons, please note that purchases of this item are considered final sale.
Water, Potasium Cocoate** (saponified organic coconut oil), Potassium Sunflowerate** (saponified organic sunflower oil), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*
*Ingredients from organic farming
** Made using organic ingredients
100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin
28.7% of the total ingredients are from organic farming
The Green Beaver's liquid Castile soaps are concentrated. You may want to use full strength or dilute it with water depending on your usage. For example:
Body Wash: Use a couple of drops directly on a cloth or fill a bottle with 2 parts soap and 1 part water.
Hand Soap Dispenser: Refill your dispenser with 1 part soap and 3 parts water.
Veggie Wash: Add 1 tablespoon castile soap to 2 cups of water, and spray on your fruits and veggies.
Dish Soap: Simply squirt half of what you would normally use with conventional dish soap directly into the sink. Floor Cleanser: Use 2 or 3 tablespoons of soap in a full bucket of water and mop your floors to a sparkly new lustre.
Tile, Tub or Stovetop Scrub: Fill a spray bottle with 1 part soap and 3 parts water. Sprinkling a liberal dusting of baking soda to the area you wish to clean then spray the soap solution over the top. Scrub away !
Laundry detergent: Re-use an old laundry soap container and fill it with 2 Litres of hot water, ½ cup of soap, 1/3 cup of baking soda and 1/3 cup of coarse salt. Use ½ to 1 cup per load depending on the level of desired strength you need.