Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Castille Soap (Organic Eucalyptus Oil)

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Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Castille Soap (Organic Eucalyptus Oil)
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Ingredients: Water, Saponified Organic Coconut & Olive oils (w/ retained Glycerin), Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Eucalyptus Oil, Citric Acid, Vitamin E\

I began using this soap six months ago. The consistency is sort of watery, but it lathers really well and a little goes a long way. This soap has an eucalyptus scent and it smells fabulous. There are other scents as well, such as, lavender, peppermint, almond, tea tree, and unscented. I love this soap and use it from head to toe. It cleans very nice, but it doesn’t leave my hair or skin feeling stripped of its natural oils.

One Response to “Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Castille Soap (Organic Eucalyptus Oil)”

  1. Hera says:

    My daughter and I been using Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Castille Soap (the mild baby formula in the light blue bottle only) for both my skin and my hair for a year now and I have to say it’s amazing! When you put it on it feels like it’s a moisturizer but when you rinse it off you can tell that it’s taken off every bit of dirt that you might have had on your body. It also appears to do very well for those who have acne problems as my daughters skin has cleared up a great deal ever since she started using it.

    As for my hair, I use it as a shampoo by combining it with equal part aloe vera juice only because the pH level of Dr Bronners (which is 10.0) is much too high for it to be used on hair by itself and the Aloe Vera brings it back down to maybe a 5.5. I only use Dr. Bronner’s on my hair when I need to clarify my hair but it’s not to be used for when your hair needs a moisturizing shampoo. Still it gets every bit of dirt and residue off of my hair as well. I got mine at Whole Foods but I think you can also find this at any health food store and in GNC as well.

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