The Best Non-Toxic Hand Soap + A Money-Saving Hack

It’s no secret that I LOVE my OnGuard Foaming Hand Wash. Not only does it do an excellent job at…well…washing your hands, but it’s pH balanced to protect your skin, free of harmful sythetic ingredients. It’s also infused with the immune-supportive power of the OnGuard blend, which contains essential oils of Wild Orange, Clove Bud, Cinnamon Leaf, Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus, and Rosemary; all of which help protect against environmental and seasonal threats. 

The best part? You can even dilute the liquid to stretch your pennies, and still get all the squeaky-clean foamy goodness. 

A bottle of the liquid hand wash lasts us up to 6 months in our little home on wheels, and I’ve even started using it to give my produce a bath, wash underwear in the sink when we can’t make it a laundromat, and may have even used it to wash my dogs once or twice. 🤷🏻‍♀️ #versatile

Here’s my favorite hand wash hack! 

Step 1: Fill your bottle with about 3 tbsp of liquid.
Step 2: Fill the rest of the bottle with water.
Step 3: Voila! Foamy, soapy, magic!
Here’s a fun video I made for you, so you can exactly how it’s done in live action!

If green cleaning is your jam, you can check out my top 10 tips for cleaning with just lemon essential oil!

You can also make your own foaming hand soap with just a few ingredients. Click HERE to find my favorite recipe from Wellness Mama. Have fun!

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Hi! I'm Kelley! I am a former elementary school teacher, turned holistic lifestyle coach and I am so glad you're here. After being diagnosed with (and healing myself from) a rare chronic illness, I now teach people how to tap into their intuition in order to make the changes they wish to see in their health, naturally. I'm on a mission to change the way we think about self-care, so we can all show up in the world as our best and brightest selves. I can't wait to connect with you!


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