Children's First Aid
Clean and dry the affected area. Apply as needed until skin looks healthy again.
Massage liberally into joints, bumps and bruises, sprains and strains, and more.
Our salves may be a bit different than what you're used to using. The herbs, oils, and beeswax are ideal for absorbing into your skin, but may take a second longer to soak in. Use as much as you think you might need. If you need more, use more.
Place enough product on hand to cover all surfaces. Wet hands thoroughly with product and rub into skin until dry. Supervise children younger than six when using this product to avoid swallowing.
Unscented Castile Soap
For bathing, add a few cap fulls to your bath tub, or a few drops to your washcloth for a head-to-toe clean. Apply more as needed.
For dishes, mix one part castile soap with ten parts water.
For laundry, use a 1/4 cup in your machine.
For general cleaning, add 1/4 cup castile soap to a quart of water and pour mixture in a spray bottle.
For bigger jobs, we recommend sticking to the one part castile soap to four parts water ratio, and upgrading to a bucket and sponge.
Castile soap is all-purpose. Feel free to experiment. If you find you need more, use more. If you think a little less will work, do that. If you discover a perfect ratio, let us know!
Use Children's First Aid to help temporarily relieve symptoms associated with:
• Insect Bites • Cuts • Scrapes • Cracked Skin • Poison Ivy • Cold Sores • Sunburns • Chapped Lips • Blisters • Chickenpox Itching and Scabs • Chafing • Abrasions •
Use Pain Relief to relieve pain associated with:
• Arthritis • Sore Muscles • Joint Pain • Bumps • Bruises • Sprains • Strains • Inflammation • Simple Backache •
Use Hand Sanitizer to help reduce microbes that potentially can cause disease. For use when soap and water are not available.
Use Unscented Castile Soap as a:
• Hand Soap • Natural Hand Wash • Dish Soap • Laundry Detergent • Stain Remover • Shower Soap • Bath Soap • Pet Shampoo • All-Purpose Cleaner •