Many methods are used to make soaps but all soaps are not created equal that is why Biocos Castile Liquid soap has introduced a skin-friendly that is made from plant-based oils. It has been liked by many people for years due to its gentler feature and even more versatility than any other soap available so far.
Biocos Castile Liquid Soap was originally named after the olive-oil based soaps derived from Castile-Spain. Biocos Castile liquid soap is made from olive oil blended with a variety of many other oils which are specially derived from plant or vegetable such as (Coconut, hemp, almond, and walnut oil are present in Biocos Castile liquid soap to make it a unique product).
Biocos is proudly offering Castile liquid soap that contains lye, when mixed with the oil in a certain proportion is liable to create soap molecules. Mixing this soap with water and may result in the creation of charged atoms that work fine to capture the dirt and other grime to give a glowing cleaner look.
How Biocos Castile Liquid Soap differs from other soaps?
If we talk back to old traditional oils. Traditional soaps are made using tallow (an animal fat). However, this difference makes Castile liquid soap a vegan and cruelty-free alternative to traditional soaps. There is an acute possibility that other available soaps and cleaning products may contain many harmful detergents. We are offering this organic product as being totally natural, non-toxic, and biodegradable. This is the only reason that it can use as both a beauty product and a household cleaner. It effectively cleans everything ranging from your face to even your faucets at home. As being a super affordable product, it is likely to replace multiple different other products with this all-purpose solution. It is that great to not only save your place but a reasonable amount of your hard-earned money too.
Is there anything you shouldn’t use Biocos Castile Liquid soap for?
You are advised to use it properly by diluting it as directed. Otherwise, it cannot prove a good option for dyed hair, it can strip out the dye molecules if not used as instructed. You are wisely advised as you must not combine acids such as (vinegar, lemon juice) while using this product. As it contains alkaline, so the two acids if mixed, will essentially counteract with one another and will definitely result in a leftover film or residue on whatever you’re trying to clean.