Make the Most of It - Thieves Dish Soap

Let's talk about 🌿Thieves Dish Soap🌿. It’s funny how we are so pre-disposed to one mindset and one “truth” that we are easy to be skeptical of anything different. When I first started using my Thieves dish wash liquid, I did my usual squirt of the soap in the running water. It made some bubbles but they shortly fell flat. I put some more in and it was, again, flat in no time at all. I admit I was a little concerned because I wasn’t getting my visual confirmation of enough soap in the sink to make my dishes clean. I finished washing, rinsing, inspected and smelled and all indications pointed to they were clean. We are all brainwashed into thinking that bubbles mean soap... which means clean. Well, the bubbles are just a mirage of what is considered clean. SLS is one of the ingredients that’s missing. Sodium Laurel Sulfate is what makes the bubbles and it’s not good for us! You’ll be surprised how many products that you thought were “safe” (even for children) contain SLS. Young Living's Thieves Dish Soap is free from SLS, dyes, SLES, formaldehyde, phosphates and synthetic perfume! It smells amazing, cleans wonderfully, and is affordable when you learn to dilute it appropriately. Here's a video I made showing how I make 4 bottles out of 1:

Depending on the water you have (soft/hard, etc) you may want to boost each bottle with 1 capful of Thieves Household Cleaner. Personally, I don't find it necessary but others I've spoken with have said that it helps.