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Dr. Bronner’s is pure castile soap that you can use in 18 different ways.
It’s also cheap, nontoxic, long-lasting, and ubiquitous!
What is Dr. Bronner’s?
Here is the description from drbronner.com:
Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 Pure-Castile Soaps are good for just about any cleaning task. Face, body, hair & food, dishes, laundry, mopping, pets—clean your house and body with no synthetic preservatives, detergents or foaming agents—none!
Why I Love It
- It’s cheap.
- It’s not antibacterial. We’re actually too clean these days, people! Also, antibacterial soaps contain more chemicals.
- It has an “A” EWG score, meaning it’s completely nontoxic.
- It lasts foreverrrrrrr.
- You can buy it pretty much anywhere (Amazon, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Target, Walmart…).
How I Use It
Dr. Bronner’s provides a “Dilutions Cheat Sheet.” You can use it 18 different ways!
These are the ways I use it:
- I make my own hand soap by combining half Dr. Bronner’s and half water in refillable foaming soap dispensers.
- I use it as my body wash. (If you purchase this version, you get a bonus travel-sized bottle that you can refill and use on the go!)
- I lather it up to use it in lieu of shaving cream.
- I dilute it with water (about a 1:10 ratio of Dr. Bronner’s:water) and use it for both hand washing dishes and as my dishwasher detergent.
- I keep a spray bottle with ¼ cup soap and the rest water for quick kitchen cleanups.
I tried using it as shampoo, but that was a major fail. My hair did not like it.
Bottom line: Dr. Bronner’s is cheap, nontoxic, long-lasting, and ubiquitous; you can use it for almost anything. Try it out for yourself!
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