Dr. Bronner's • Baby-Mild Unscented Liquid Soap • Gels/Soaps
|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
If you're looking for something that will remove your makeup and not strip your skin, look no further. I put this in a Pampered Chef Suds Pump (it aerates the liquid into a foam) and fill it up with distilled water. It makes using it a lot easier having it come out as a foam, because you control the product and distribute it more evenly.
I usually break out from everything, and I haven't had additional break-outs with this. It cleanses my skin very well and leaves it feeling soft and hydrated. I also use it to wash my makeup brushes, and it works great for that too. Plus, a bottle will last a very long time at this rate. I've since replaced my regular hand cleansers with this and my hands have been less dry as well. This is truly a multi-purpose cleanser. I can use it everywhere and on everyone in my family. Definitely worth a shot if you are struggling to find a gentle, yet thorough cleanser. Do try!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I started using this as a face wash in a pinch when I left my usual Derma E Clear Skin 1 at a friend's house. I diluted it a lot, and threw in a few drops each of ylang ylang, tea tree and jojoba oils. My skin has never looked better. It's kind of insane and weird. The extra jojoba keeps me from drying out and then breaking out, which is what happened when i tried the Dr. Bronner's tea tree soap (diluted) on my face. I'm happy. Also, I like to scent my own products with essential oils, so this is great for cleaning the house- I scent it with a little cedarwood oil and the house smells clean, not all chemical-y. I like feeling like a chemist : )
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I use this soap (diluted 2:1 with distilled water) as a face wash. It works extremely well, gets all of my makeup off and leaves my skin feeling clean without feeling tight. An excellent no-frills face wash, and because I dilute it, the product lasts forever.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
The liquid and bar baby mild are my basic body and hand soap soap staples. It is supposed to be unscented, but it actually has a very mild, slightly fresh scent to it, like fresh air after a rainstorm. Non-drying, but not moisturizing enough to use daily without following with a body lotion or cream.
I've tried other mild soaps, but always keep coming back to this one.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love this soap! I use it as a body wash and face wash. I also use it to clean the tub. I used it once to clean the floors and sink. This really does do a good job. I use this to shave my legs too. I get the smoothest shave ever. As a body wash, it is okay, it leaves my skin feeling clean and soft. I like how this doesn't strip my skin of moisture either. The only problem I find is that the suds disappear fast so I need to use more. I'm not sure if I'm using this right because I use like 2 handfuls diluted with water for my top and bottom half. It almost feels like I'm using too much since it's very concentrated but that's what I find I need to use to get the job done. I have been using this for more than a month and am a quarter done with the bottle. I love taking a bath with this! I will definitely rebuy, I'm thinking of getting the lavender one for my bath and another bottle of the unscented.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I'm a perfume junkie, but lately I've felt a little overwhelmed by having fragrances everywhere on my body - scented shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, lotion, soap, hair styling products, make-up, laundry detergent, fabric softener, etc. in addition to my perfume is a bit much. If you shower daily, use deodorant and do laundry regularly, there's nothing you need to be covering up with all that scent, right? So I've been cutting back some in the scented products department, and Dr. Bronner's Unscented Baby-Mild liquid soap has become one of my new favorites. A tiny drop on my shower squeegee creates enough lather for my whole body. It also hasn't dried out my sensitive skin yet. Good stuff!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I had been searching for a body wash that is more natural than other products. I am satisfied with the purchase because the lather is good and it doesn't have an obnoxious fragrance. The only thing i don't like about it is the hemp seed oil ingredient as it is somewhat controversial. All in all, this is a good deal and much healthier than chemical laden products.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
this soap is the only thing that worked on my son's very sensitive skin; every other soap i tried irritated his skin. there is a very mild, fresh scent- not perfumey like the usual "baby" soaps. it doesn't lather a lot and i like that. the lather was drying my son's skin out.
a little goes a very long way. i bought a bottle for him in the spring and i still have over half left. a few squirts on a wash cloth do the trick. initially, i thought it was expensive, but since it lasts so long, i feel it's reasonable.
definitley a great pick for those with very sensitive skin. will repurchase!!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I am so shocked at this product. I used to use this to clean my HOME!!! Well I have acne and thought i would try this out. I cleared up so much in two days that all I need now is a little powder in the morning!!! THANK YOU!!
EDIT: Started out promising and ended up clogging pores. Oh well, now i am back to Dove
Age: Unknown Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I have dry, sensitive skin that is prone to mild acne. I've tried every product under the sun and was never completely satisfied with the results. I have been washing my face with DR BRONNER'S BABY-MILD UNSCENTED LIQUID SOAP every night for the past 2 weeks and the results have blown me away. My skin is nearly perfect and the blackheads on my nose are (finally) clearing up. My skin hasn't been any drier than usual as a result of using this, but I only wash my face once a day (in the evening). Using this cleanser twice daily might be too harsh if you have a tendency toward dry skin.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love dr. bronner's quirky packaging and the product doesn't play around. Very clean-scented and non-cloying. I found I can use this on my body without any irritation to my eczema or acne-prone areas. And a little goes a long way, since you cn dilute it. If you have sensitive body skin, this soaps for you.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I completely agree that this is a great product. I've tried just about everything (high dollar stuff to cheap stuff!) to maintain my acne that I started getting in my mid-twenties (now 30)This is the only soap I've tried that didn't irritate my skin and actually began clearing me up. I diluted it a lot with distilled water into a pump bottle, and it works wonders. I'm going to try the Dial Foaming pump, because I do tend to make a mess when I use it, but hey, wiping up my counter in exchange for my acne clearing up is worth it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
We use this for body, face, and shampoo. This is a true soap, and very concentrated! Unless you dilute it a lot, it's not very gentle. However, it has been very good at clearing up acne. I dilute it with a lot of water, about 2 tablespoons soap to 16 oz water. For use at the sink I got a bottle of foaming hand cleanser and dumped out the detergent - the pump aerates the liquid into a foam that is much easier to use. I'm wary of the herbal extracts in some of the other formulas so we stick to the unscented.
UPDATE: I picked up a tip from another review of this product - add a little oil to the Bronners. I'm using 8oz Bronners, 1oz apricot kernel oil, and 3 drops of rosemary essential oil in a gallon jug, topped off with water.
Adding the oil and essential oil has turned this into a really fine hand soap and shampoo, and my husband likes it for a body wash, but I'll stick to Albolene for my skin.