Unlisted Brand • Dr Bronners Liquid Soap - All Scents • Gels/Soaps
|Would buy this product again.||95%|
Age: Unknown Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Brown Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have been using this since I was little. I used to only see it in NY but now it's much more commonly sold. It is great!! Cleans you completely and has a very invigorating scent. The peppermint version can sting and open cuts or your vajayjay so I mainly use the green label variety. It's become more expensive but so worth it. Price shop if you can, as I've never seen it on sale. Smaller ethnic shops may sell it slightly cheaper. It is very watery, which is the only slight downside but if used sparingly the bottle can last forever. I like it as a travel product because it truly will clean your body & hair. Plus, if you're ever bored in the bathroom the label is an interesting read haha. This is a high-quality liquid soap.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Dr Bronners is my favorite soap ever I use it for everything and have even got my boyfriend hooked. It is free of sodium lauryl sulphate which I started having reactions to in my early 20's. It is the very best makeup brush cleanser I have ever used. It has replaced my expensive biotherm face washes and I use it as body wash (the peppermint is nice and tingly). It has a billion different uses including cleaning your house and washing clothes. I used it to get a makeup stain out of my white down jacket and it worked wonderful! I hope they never stop making this. I plan on bringing this with me on a trip at the beginning of January because it's so multitalented.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
First off, this soap is about £6 a bottle. That may seem expensive for soap but you seriously only need to add four drops to wet hands and you get a very generous lather, which is why I have marked it as being dirt cheap. I wash my face twice a day with this and I have had the bottle for over six months but I'm not even half-way through it yet!
I massage in EVOO and then use the magic soap (I'm currently using Castile) which I then sponge off before finally rinsing my face with handfuls of water. The sponge is vital. I have tried just rinsing my face with water to try and remove all the soap but it's quite hard to do; I think that I have it all off but then I'll start breaking out in small spots which is caused by soap residue (the reason I didn't give it 5 stars). When it has been removed properly however, my skin starts to clear up quite quickly and it is no longer oily with dry patches. The improvement is truly amazing.
FYI my sister bought Dr. Bronner's Hemp soap which is good but apparently smells foul!
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I had not used Dr. Bronner's for years. Then I found 4 bottles of this in my storage - 2 Lavender and 2 Baby Mild. It's pretty amazing stuff. I placed one bottle in the shower, one at the sink, one in the linen closet and one in the laundry room. I figured this way I would remember I have some.
I used it on hand washables with great results. I used it to shave my legs with great results. I diluted some to wash down counter tops, great results. I washed the bath and shower with it, great results. I used it as a body wash with great results. I have no complaints.
It rinses cleanly on the body. It also cuts right through deodorant build up on the skin. Everything (and I mean everything) just gets shiny, clean and fresh smelling. It's such a nice thing to have on hand - especially in our current (US) economy. being what it is.
It's just no nonsense, cheap, multi-tasking, takes up little space, can be diluted or used full strength, it foams like crazy, rinses like crazy, it smells great. I guess I cannot say enough good things about it. I'll always have a bottle around somewhere now.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
After reading so many reviews, I decided to give this a try. I bought the peppermint and I have used it on myself as shampoo and body wash. The first time I used it, I didn't dilute it, so my hair ended up being heavy and dull. But after diluting it 50/50 with water, it became my hair's best friend. Since my hair is thin, super straight, and oily, it usually doesn't have body. After using the diluted soap, it had more body and volume! I think the secret here is scrubbing and rinsing your hair very well. I've also used this to clean my makeup brushes. It works so well! My brushes are very white again, like new! I'm now a convert! Will be buying their other scents! Dr. Bronners Soaps=LOVE!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I use Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps in Lavendar to clean my makeup brushes. It's the only soap-type product that fully removes the foundation and blush colors from my Sigma (F80, F82, F84) and MAC (188, 187) brushes. I do have to lather/rinse the brushes 2-3 times because I use Estee Lauder Double Wear and MAC Creme Blushes. Other brush cleansers that I use: MAC to spot-clean eye brushes and Bobbi Brown to clean fluffy face/eye brushes.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
Gentle, all natural soap that you can use for everything. I do a lot of camping/backpacking, and you can use it for everything from brushing your teeth to washing dishes to washing your hair/face. Smells GREAT, all-natural, and the bottle itself is interesting reading...it is however, very drying-not good for people with normal hair-it's popular as a dreadlock shampoo because it doesnt contain any conditioners.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
I use Hemp-Lavender. It smells heavenly. Cleans like a dream. Responsible business practices. Me like-y.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
So far I have bought and tried Baby Unscented, Peppermint, Rose and Citrus. I will review the Citrus one here. I use it as a shampoo. I have fine golden blonde hair that's below my shoulders and it gets very oily very quickly. Make sure to dilute the soap from 30% water to 70% soap and 50% water and 50% soap. If not then from full strength your hair will look like a broom. Sometimes my hair has some flyaways so I put some Coconut Oil at the ends. Other than that it works perfect for me.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Have been using Dr Bronner's Castile soap for a couple of years and I will never buy another soap again. Leaves body feeling extra clean and it does not overdry my skin. Smells wonderful as well. It can be used for multiple things including shampooing, laundry and even toothbrushing.
It is made out of organic and natural products and it is also not tested on animals. I personally love the Peppermint one.
Strongly recommend this awesome product!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Other
I think Dr Bronners is the best cleanser for skin period. I use this and it works very well, especially on my face and it doesn't dry at all, in fact it leaves my skin moist ! it 's saponated oils whatever that means lol, It's non drying and ultra gentle. I do agree not to get it in your eyes as it will sting but this stuff is far more superior than any other skin cleanser for a variety of reasons at any price.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
I use the almond one, but the peppermint is also good. The scent is sweet without being saccarine. It lathers really well and cleans effectively. It leaves my skin feeling almost squeaky clean in a way that mainstream body washes and even Dove bar soaps never do. Hence, moisturizer is a must after this stuff.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Dark, Warm Hair: Black, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Black
Dr Bronners castille liquid soaps are all amazing in very different ways.
NOTE -None of them are great for teeth cleaning unless you're desperate and out camping. They all have a horrible soapy flavor, leave the teeth slippery feeling and iseriously irritate gums.
Make sure you dilute all versions 1/4 bottle to 3/4 water.
Wash your hair any of these and be prepared to look like a rasta and scare the birds before it's even dry - Yes i'm talking to YOU with the long straight fine hair AND the afro, curly or wavy hair - This product does not discriminate who's hair it ruins and don't' believe that his Shitaki conditioner will help solve this because it won't.
***Buy some $2 squirt bottles and fill each of them with the different versions and place them around the house.
**Baby mild - May be good for babies but it's way too drying for adult/teen skin. It will strip you of everything but the skin on your bones very much like Ivory bar soap does. If you're an utter greaseball who sweats Crisco you'll love this. For everyone else use for dishwashing/detergent/household cleaning ONLY. For detergent mix some baking soda in with it to stop it staining clothes with the coconut oil.
**Almond - Gorgeous scent. Great cleaning. Rate it somewhere between tea tree and peppermint for moisturizing skin. Not good for anything else but skin washing as the oil content is too high..
** Peppermint - The most moisturizing of all of them. Works wonders on face/body acne. You'll see an improvement in days. My family members totally cleared up in just one week after suffering from back/chest/face acne for 4 years.. My dry flaky skin has also improved. I can now move my face without it feeling like it's going to shatter into a thousand pieces.
It seriously opens your pores and cleans them out, minty toothpaste smell lasts forever but fades a little after an hour. This gives you that all day 'don't touch me - I'm too clean for you' just showered/brushed teeth smell that everyone would like to have all day long. Very refreshing.
WARNING: That phrase on the bottle DILUTE DILUTE DILUTE should be heeded to with this one especailly.. Wash your privates with undiluted pepermint Dr Bronners strength and feel like minty pain all day.
** Tea tree - Heals well is you have eye/small skin irritations (cuts). Mix a little with baby mild for cleaing to give house a fresh scent. Use it for body washing only if you like to smell like your old Depends wearing grandma. Wash your face with it only at night when no one comes near you. The scent fades if you use it as hand wash.
Since using the peppermint + almond versions I've been able to wear lighter lotions on my skin _ from Palmers coca Butter to Body Essence organic body lotions- because it's no longer so dry.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
We've been using the liquid and bar soaps for over a year and really like them. They clean well and don't leave a film on your skin. The scents are not overpowering and they don't linger long after you rinse off. The liquid soap is quite thin and runny so I put it in a pump bottle for sink and the bar goes in the shower. There are so many fragrances to choose from I haven't found one that we don't like. I wouldn't recommend using either to wash your hair because it leaves it a tangled mess.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
NEW Shikakai body wash Of Dr.Bronners, unscented baby liquid soap in a blue bottle with pump, LOVE IT LOVE IT, first time ever, dr.bronners, FINALLY made something that doesnt irritate my body !!! Although they have other Shikakai scents, like spearmint mint, tea tree, & Lavender shikakai liquid dr.bronners soap, I MIGHT try that spearmint body liquid soap hopingly that one isnt too Strong , but I sure dont think so, cos this NEW NEW shikakai body wash did great for my body, made it SOOOOOFFFT, scent isnt there of this baby unscented , but that spearmint one smells nice, give this NEW body liquid soap of dr.bronners a try!!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
We use only Dr. Bronners. We have two small kids so we use Baby Mild Unscented but I find that it does have a scent, a very pleasant clean smell that makes me feel fresh without that nasty toothpaste smell that the Peppermint Bronner has. Who want to layer fragrance over peppermint? Ew, dude, no.
So, we use this soap as a body wash, a face wash, and sometimes as a laundry detergent. It rinses clean and never dries you out. It will not irritate baby skin and it is great for cradle cap!
Since I cut true detergent soaps out of our lives, we have experienced that we don't need moisturizers. We don't break out anymore either. I blame fragrance, waxes, and strong detergents for half the problems people have with their skin.
Use Bronner's for a week or two (you can find trial size at almost all health food stores) with no other products at all and see if you agree. :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This review is for Dr. Bronner's 18-in-1 Hemp Lavender Pure Castile Soap (in a bottle). I have never liked liquid soaps. Just didn't do anything for me. Usually because the ingredients are just, all chemical. I usually use a nice, natural f
bar soap. But I REALLY like this soap. It hasn't been at all drying for me. On the contrary, i think it cleared up a patch of dry skin (eczema maybe) on my arm. I sometimes shower more than once a day, and even then my skin doesn't feel dry.
Ingredients:Water, Saponified organic coconut and organic olive oils (w retained glycerin), organic hemp oil, organic jojoba oil, organic lavendin oil, organic lavender oil, citric acid, vitamin e.
The bottle is 8 fl. oz and i've had it for several months. I only use a tiny bit and it lathers really well and smells great. I've had no skin irritation whatsoever, whereas with some other soaps I've gotten acne on my chest and back. This soap may have even cleared up my body acne - i dont know, but i definetely haven't had any breakouts anywhere from the neck down since using this! I 'd like it if they made this in a rose scent. Travels well. Skin looks great!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I agree that this soap can be very drying, so I don't use them as body soaps, but rather as bath soaks. and they're great for that; better than any other high end product I've tried! I love filling up my tub w/ very hot water and adding a half ounce or so to the water and kicking back in the tub for 30 minutes. it's very relaxing. my favourites so far are the peppermint and lavender, but I haven't tried all of them yet.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Dang this dried my skin out! I itched all over when I got out of the shower.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Olive, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
this--and The African Shea Butter Company's liquid soap body washes--are probably the most holistic, vegan, and organic shampoos you can find on the market (the next most natural thing you could do is actually use vegan bar soap on your hair--i don't recommend shampoo bars for people with hair past their shoulders). they lather well, and rinse clean. Dr. Bronner's puts some jojoba oil in the soap for additional conditioning properties, and you could feel it. if you feel like going au naturale, give it a shot. if you don't care for it as a shampoo, it's an awesome cleanser/bodywash. it's gentle enough to use on a little baby (don't get it in the eyes, though. it really IS soap).