I re-use an empty BabyGanics Foaming Hand Soap dispenser for all liquid baby soap that I buy, and I've found that it makes liquid soap go way further.
I find it a lot easier to shampoo baby's hair, or wash a slippery baby when I can squirt foam soap out of a dispenser.
I usually put an inch of liquid baby soap (Johnsons, Aveeno, etc.) in the dispenser, fill the rest of the bottle with water, give it a good shake, and it's ready to use.
I have also bought an empty Cuisipro foam pump dispenser from a kitchen/bath store and they work well too.
Many products now come in foam pump bottle styles and can be rinsed out and used for this purpose as well.
I've been saving lots of money by being able to stretch one bottle of liquid soap about 5 times the length of time as opposed to using the soap straight from the container.
Thanks to Suzie Mah for this Frugal Baby Tip!
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