Ivory soap

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Ivory soap

It's a great multi-tasker. Dried it will work for the laundry detergent. You can often find 3 bars for a dollar.

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I know the super sensitive

I know the super sensitive can often tolerate Ivory. In addition, the "super-vegan-anti-chemical" type folks, who refuse to use things like laurel sulfates as found in typical shampoos, are generally 'ok' using Ivory as a hair and body cleanser.

It really is pure soap. Tyler would approve.

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A soap a tyler might like

"Tyler" would only like the new ivory soaps that contain glycerin.   Its such a critical ingredient!

For now, I'll stick to soaps not manufactured by the mega industrials... you enjoy your ivory.

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Make your own

Speaking of Ivory, here's a "recipe" for making a gallon of your own liquid hand soap, and you can use one bar of Ivory to do it!  I haven't tried it yet, but it is on my "to do" list.

http://heavenlyhomemakers.com/homemade-non-toxic-liquid-hand-soap-2

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