Dr Bronner’s liquid Castile Soap

Dr Bronner’s Castile Soap.

This is some soap that I found on youtube with a number of people who were saying that they loved it. It’s a multi-use soap that is a great alternative to shampoos, body soaps, general cleaners and laundry soap. This is a list of some of those uses. I found some at London Drugs for around $14.00 and is found at many place. To look at the bottle, it almost looks like it was sold by a guy that rides around with a horse and cart and goes from town to town selling his wares but it really is a fantastic product, especially to those that are sensitive to chemicals that are in many commercial soaps.

Among other things, it’s an awesome laundry soap. I caught wind that those anti -static deals that you put in the drier are because of the static caused by the chemicals in regular soap so it would interesting to try using the Castile soap in your laundry and try running the drier without the static cling thingie and see if there is any static after the drying. I’m going to try it tomorrow.

Right now I’m using it as a soap and shampoo while showering. I have had issues my skin feeling really dry and my hair being really fine after having a shower even with Pears soap and a good quality shampoo and noticed a vast improvement now using the Castile soap. I think the natural oils help keep the skin and hair hydrated and the coconut oils help to maintain healthy hair.

The soap’s ingredients include: Water, Coconut Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Olive Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Citric Acid, Tocopherol , with a natural foaming agent.

Have a look and try it out. There are lots of recipes out there with options for cleaning agents.

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