Most soap products use Sodium Laureth Sulfate and other chemicals to make their product foam. While the foaming texture is awesome, I prefer products without the harsh chemicals. Good thing making your own foaming soap is so simple! All you need is an old foaming soap container, castile soap, and water. The pump makes the soap foam without any other ingredients!
Foaming soap is a beautiful thing if you have children. It makes washing hands a bit easier because they can see the soap on their hands, and makes it more fun!
We make our foaming hand soap using Dr. Bronner’s Organic Unscented Castile Soap (we buy it in gallon form) and an empty foaming soap dispenser (such as Method Foaming Hand Soap). Fill the soap dispenser about a quarter of the way full with castile soap, and the rest with water, leaving room to put the top back on. Once the top is on, shake GENTLY (bubbles will form) to mix soap and water. Press down on dispenser, and POOF! Foaming soap.
When the bottle is empty, I recommend giving it a good rinse with warm water, and allowing the bottle to dry completely before reusing. This helps prevent any bacteria from growing in the bottle.