Like Kristie posted about a while back, my family has been using Dr Bronner's castile soap for years. The bottles last forever (I think we are on bottle three in about three years of using it) and it works on everything. I use in in every bathroom and in the kitchen for hands, dishes, and counter-tops. Basically, if it needs soap, in our house it is this soap.
The only thing I don't like about it is that it really works best if used in a foaming hand soap dispenser. And those aren't exactly prevalent, except for the disposible ones. I saw (on Pinterest, isn't that where everything is now?) a way to spray paint a disposible one to make it look nicer and I did that.
(Photo from House of Hepworths)
Mine didn't turn out quite this well (don't spray paint outside on a windy day, guys!) and since I did it about six months ago, the paint has all worn off on the places we touch a lot. So I would like a more permanent solution.
There really aren't many for sale online and I don't think I've ever seen one in a store in person. (Or I probably would own it already.) The only one I can find online that I actually like the style of is listed as unavailable right now.
(Photo from Solutions)
So why do you think the foaming hand soap dispenser is ignored by manufacturers? Do you think it is because most people are used to regular hand soap and use that? Or do you think this is a vast conspiracy by the soap companies to make it difficult for us to use less soap?