• Yes, it should be diluted with water before use.  Although the viscosity of this soap is thin, it is none the less, very concentrated and can easily be diluted up to 80% depending on what you plan to use it in/for.  Glycerin is an excellent additive, as it adds humectant properties, which is nice for the skin, but not required. Generally, for skin use, I’d say use up to 10% (1 oz of glycerine for every 10 oz of soap). You can use a ‘recycled’ former pump, the kind that dispenses fluffy foam and for that, you would use about a 50/50 mix of soap and warm, distilled water. I don’t recommend using tap water.  This product is not a solid bar soap. It is a liquid Castile soap that can be used in a variety of products. If you are familiar with Dr. Bronner’s brand of liquid soaps, the uses are very similar. This link may be helpful https://www.drbronner.com/all-one-blog/2017/06/dilutions-cheat-sheet-dr-bronners-pure-castile-soap/  

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