Dr. Bronner's

Dr. Bronners was founded in 1948 by Emanuel Bronner. He was a third- generation master soapmaker continuing his family's business. Their first product was a peppermint soap along with various health food seasonings. They are well known for the messages on their packaging- most notably "All-One", meant to promote peace and unity for all people. It is still a family business, and in 2000, they began selling their products worldwide. Dr.Bronner's is a certified Fair Trade Company and their products are organic, vegan, cruelty-free, and formulated with no synthetic ingredients or detergents.

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39 products

1,348 reviews

85% would repurchase

Not tested on animals

Recent Dr. Bronner's Reviews

Gels/Soaps -Dr. Bronner's -Almond Castille Soap

on 3/31/2019 9:50:00 PM


Sadly I’m allergic to this soap that is promoted as organic.

Gels/Soaps -Dr. Bronner's -Rose Liquid Castile Soap


I was really excited to try this product due to the great reviews, that it's natural, multi-use, rose scented, said to clear up problematic skin, easy to find, etc. But I found it drying, and the smell isn't that great. I still get breakouts on my body as well. I typically love rose scented things, but almost every body wash I've tried smells better than this. I'm not saying this is a bad product, but it wasn't for my skin type or my taste.

Gels/Soaps -Dr. Bronner's -Baby-Mild Unscented Castile Liquid Soap

on 3/1/2019 1:07:00 PM


I only used this to clean my beauty sponges and brushes, it works great on the sponges it takes out all the color and makes my beautyblender look like new. On brushes it takes some more effort to get liquid foundation out of the bristles and I do find it leaves the brush hairs a little dry/stiff afterwards. I like it for my sponges but for brushes I prefer a generic drugstore babyshampoo over this.

Gels/Soaps -Dr. Bronner's -Hemp Peppermint Castille Soap


I've been using this again. Backstory- I used this over 6 months ago with some other products recommended by YouTubers skincare routines. I really wanted to clear my acne. Involved was oil cleansing with coconut oil, using this cleanser with or without a spin brush, witch hazel toner and Aloe Vera moisturizer.

This worked well but I swore off it a while because while using that routine I had the worst breakout ever that lasted months. In retrospect I realize now it was all to do with PH. This cleanser is basic. Your face is acidic. This coupled with coconut oil, filled with fatty acids and it's heavy overall, caused a fungal acne breakout.

Now I'm reintroducing only this cleanser because I truly believe it made my skin look amazing and cleared my acne before the breakout. Basically my skin got to its best ever point and then crashed down into its worst. Tragic. This time, I'm making sure I tone with a gentle acid after to return my skin closer to its natural PH. I do think the biggest mistake was the combination of coconut oil (which I realize now my skin dislikes) and the basic cleanser. Using it alone may be fine I just want to be careful.

-cheap and lasts a long time.
- I love peppermint and it's a natural product.
- really clears my acne and calms my skin. Makes skin feel very thoroughly cleaned. I enjoy the cool feeling.
-lathers beautifully and is very easy to use.
-works amazing with a spin brush but I've stopped using mine.
-can also be used for basically anything else. Dishes, cleaning, hand soap etc.

- a lot of people say peppermint is irritating to skin, but I've personally noticed the opposite reaction in my skin.
- the pH still concerns me but the acid toning should help. I use the Pixi glow tonic

I'll update if anything changes drastically.

Gels/Soaps -Dr. Bronner's -18 in 1 Hemp Rose Pure Castile Soap

on 2/7/2019 2:56:00 PM


I bought this because I read it doesnt leave a scum residue in the bath. After using the 16ounce bottle for the past year, I would agree with that claim. But, unfortunately, I missed the bars of soap. I ended up using this stuff as a hand wash at the sink, which it did a good job at, and would probably re-purchase but in a different scent- which Dr Bronner's has a lot of different "flavors", as well as unscented. It seems like a good buy, lasting a long time. Did a good job of cleaning, though a little too drying for my already dry skin.
The "hemp-rose" scent was the biggest negative for this bottle. I would have preferred it more floral or feminine- it seems like Bronner was trying hard to make it unisex. just boring imho

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