DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

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This DIY Foaming Hand Soap smells so good and makes such a beautiful homemade gift idea! (Plus, get FREE printable gift tags to go with this gift when you download our FREE Homemade Christmas Gifts Guide!)

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

DIY tutorial by Olivia from the MoneySavingMom team. During the months of November and December, we’ll be highlighting some of our favorite homemade gifts! Download our FREE Homemade Gifts Guide to get recipes to 15+ easy-to-make gifts, plus printable gift tags to go with each gift!

This is the best foaming hand soap recipe!

I recently created this recipe for a girls’ fall party I hosted and it was a huge hit!

Not only does it smell amazing, but it also looks really festive too! It forms a white foam layer on the top that reminds me of whipped cream on top of a hot beverage — perfect for the colder months!

This foaming hand soap is extremely moisturizing, thanks to the MCT oil and glycerin. It’s perfect for the upcoming dry winter months.

As an added bonus, you can even use this lovely foaming soap for shaving cream and body wash! Just add a bit less water so the foam is extra thick and creamy.

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

Ingredients for Vanilla Cider Foaming Hand Soap

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

How to make your own foaming hand soap:

1. Add MCT oil and essential oils to the foaming hand soap dispenser bottle. Give it a good swirl to mix the oils together.

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

2. Add in all remaining ingredients except the water. Give it another swirl to mix everything together.

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

3. Fill the remainder of the jar with filtered water. Screw on the lid and shake it a few times.

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

Foaming hand soap is a great gift!

This recipe makes enough for one 14-ounce bottle of foaming hand soap OR 4 mini foaming hand soap containers.

These tiny bottles make excellent gifts for teachers, coaches, friends, neighbors, or even as a party favor!

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables

How to divide this recipe into 4 mini bottles:

Follow the first 2 steps above (mixing all ingredients, except the water).

Then divide the mixture (as evenly as possible) into 4 mini pump bottles.

Finally, add water to fill each one individually and swirl to combine.

Download your free printable labels!

Want to add on Christmas gift tags to gift this to someone this holiday season? Go HERE to download printable gift tags designed for this foaming hand soap!

You can also click here to download and print labels to stick on individual bottles. (Note: We recommend using this sticker paper!)

DIY Foaming Hand Soap with Free Printables
How-To

Whipped Vanilla Cider Foaming Hand Soap

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Instructions

  • Add MCT oil and essential oils to the foaming hand soap dispenser bottle. Give it a good swirl to mix the oils together.

  • Add in all remaining ingredients except the water. Give it another swirl to mix everything together.

  • Fill the remainder of the jar with filtered water. Screw on the lid and shake it a few times.

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