Review of Dr. Bronner's Peppermint Castille Soap by Mojie
I'm not normally a fan of peppermint scented things unless they smell like the actual plant, not peppermint oil, but Dr. Bronner's peppermint soap smells nice, refreshing even.
I haven't tried using Dr. Bronner's soaps for any of the gazillion purposes they list on the label (even if I wore dentures, I couldn't imagine washing them with soap) other than as a body soap. I imagine if you don't have sensitive skin, this could make a really nice, refreshing face wash (if you kept it out of your eyes, of course), but I know my face would be in agony if I put this soap on it.
There's nothing quite like washing with this soap when you're hot and sweaty and feeling disgusting. It tingles and feels nice and cool on the skin and has a nice, smooth lather in spite of the extremely thin consistency.
I do have problems with getting too much soap on my bath poof, though, particularly with the big bottles that I buy. The soap is almost as thin as water, so barely tipping the bottle makes it pour out very quickly. It takes a little getting used to to figure out how much you need to use and how to avoid pouring out too much, but it's worth the effort.