Dr Bronner's

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All-in-1 - Liquid Soap

Sandalwood Jasmine - Pure Castile
473ml

Warm, woody and floral. If you close your eyes, you’ll be transported to the great outdoors. Based on a traditional Castile soap recipe, this bar is made with coconut and hemp oils for a deep, refreshing clean.

The benefits.

  • Considered 3x more concentrated than commercial liquid soaps
  • Lathers naturally, cleanses and protects skin (antibacterial properties)
  • Helps smooth and soothe dry and irritated skin (monounsaturated fats)
  • Helps ease eczema and psoriasis (anti-inflammatory properties)

What goes in.

Water, certified fair trade organic coconut oil, potassium hydroxide*, certified fair trade organic palm kernel oil, certified fair trade organic olive oil, natural sandalwood jasmine fragrance, organic hemp oil, organic jojoba oil, citric acid, tocopherol.
*None remains after saponifying oils into soap & glycerin.

What's kept out.

Synthetic preservatives, detergents, foaming agents.

Did you know?

Did you know many commercial personal and household cleaning products list sodium lauroyl and/or sodium cocoate as a main ingredient? The first is a detergent and emulsifier which dries out skin, while the second strips the skin of oil, causing irritation. A “foam-fresh” feeling, but at what cost?

Geography.

Born in the USA.

Hot tip.

This soap is famous for its 18-in-1 promise. Face, body, hair, dishes, laundry, mopping, pets – it does it all.

Dr Bronner's

You may not expect a 150-year-old company to be setting the bar on corporate ethics, but Dr. Bronner’s is no ordinary company. This family-owned and run business has been making socially and environmentally responsible soaps of the highest quality from day one – and then dedicating their profits to help make a better world. Pioneers of organic personal-care products in the US, supporters of animal advocacy organisations, and creators of fair-trade projects across the world to ensure the just treatment of farmers and workers? We think Saint Bronner’s would be a more accurate description.