Review Carolina Castile Soap

Hello there :). Thank you for stopping by. How are you doing? I hope your year has taken off with happiness and your not worried about what the future may bring, live in your moment. I was sent 2 different scents of this soap, so sweet of the company and I am proud to do this review.

So today’s review is a multiple use product. I’ve heard several of you say this soap works great on makeup brushes.

What Is Castile Soap?
The history of Castile Soap originates from the Castile Region of Spain. Castile Soap started off to mean strictly a soap made from Olive Oil. Castile Soap has evolved to refer to any soap made from the saponification of vegetable oils.

Lavender Castile Soap

  • 16oz. -12.99
  • 32oz.- 16.99
  • 64oz – 30.99
  • 1 Gallon – 54.99

Ingredients in order:

  1. Organic Olive Oil
  2. Organic & Fair Trade Cocoa Butter
  3. Organic Coconut Oil
  4. Kukui Nut Oil
  5. Lavender Essential Oil
  6. Organic Lavandin Grosso Essential Oil
  7. Citric Acid
  8. Potassium Hydroxide
  9. Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
  10. Water

Almond Castile Soap

  • 32oz. -16.99
  • 1 gallon – 54.99

Ingredients in order:

  1. Organic Olive Oil
  2. Kukui Nut Oil
  3. Organic & Fair Trade Cocoa Butter
  4. Organic Coconut Oil
  5. Natural Bitter Almond Oil
  6. Citric Acid
  7. Potassium Hydroxide
  8. Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
  9. Water


When I read all the recommended uses for this versatile soap I was a bit shocked, I’m listing them all down below.

Castile Dish Soap: Use it in it’s concentrated form for scrubbing pots and pans in your sink. Get rid of those un-naturally colored green and blue liquid soaps and go all natural. Not only does Castile Soap do a good job of cleaning, it smells terrific and you can have peace of mind knowing that the smell is from natural essential oils, not synthetic fragrances. We recommend keeping some of our Castile Soap in a foam soap dispenser near your sink for cleaning up after cooking and/or eating.

You bet I tried this and it did not leave any sort of oily film or weird feeling on any of my dishes. I always do my dishes after we eat so I can’t say if this would get off any baked on, or fried foods that sat overnight but it cleaned well. I am getting more of this as a bonus it doesn’t dry out my hands and its supposed to actually keep your nails/hands in good condition.

Castile House Cleaner: Get a 32 oz spray bottle. Put one cup of our Castile Soap in it and then fill the rest with water. Use to clean counters, sinks, toilets, and bathtubs. Some green house cleaning companies use it as a dusting spray. For a Castile Soap dusting spray, use your spray bottle to dampen a hand towel. Then, simply wipe down surfaces that need dusting such as baseboards, ceiling fans, and blinds.

90% of all furniture items in my house is hardwood/cherry including my floors and I dusted with this everywhere and wiped down my kitchen counters I have nothing bad to say.


Castile Hand Soap: Put in a foaming soap dispenser. When I first used this I didn’t have a foam hand soap dispenser so I went and bought one. I tried to use the soap without one and it didn’t work too well in my opinion just because it seemed to just coat my hands instead of clean. Let me just say, as I was rinsing my hands they felt very weird, a feeling I’ve never felt before with any soap, almost dry/sticky but when I dried my hands they were soft and really clean.

This is also supposed to wash your hair, use as a shaving gel, and even a laundry soap.

I did not like the way the Almond soap smelled the Lavender is nice. I appreciate that they are naturally derived.

You can find the Lavender here on their home storefront

Lavender here




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