Dr. Bronner's

Dr. Bronnerű€™s 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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37 products

1,337 reviews

85% would repurchase

Not tested on animals

Recent Dr. Bronner's Reviews

Gels/Soaps -Dr. Bronner's -Liquid Soap - All Scents

on 8/13/2018 10:03:00 PM


I love the rose soap. I prefer it over any bodywash now. It makes my skin soft and while I'm showering, it has a lovely rose scent.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Skincare - Body -Dr. Bronner's -Lavender Liquid Soap

on 7/29/2018 5:44:00 PM


When I first went vegan this was the very first soap I tried. I love anything lavender scented, and I really like this soap. It is pretty strong (the smell) but I don't mind at all. It gets me clean without striping my already dry skin. I never broke out or had any reactions to it, even using daily. The packaging is average, the price is decent, and the fact that it is vegan + cruelty free is fantastic.

I recommend!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Shave Products -Dr. Bronner's -Shaving Soap Gel

on 7/18/2018 10:26:00 PM


Got this in the lavender scent. This is a very runny dark honey brown product that lathers up very well and creates a very slick surface for shaving. It doesn't dry out my skin and smells amazing. Big issue is that it's too runny and is hard to control, so difficult to control that I would not repurchase it. A pump bottle would make a huge difference in the ease of use. But with this tube packaging I would not repurchase. At this price point ($12.99 cad) I would rather buy Kiss My Face shave cream.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Skincare - Face -Dr. Bronner's -Dr.Bronners Tea Tree Soap

on 6/23/2018 12:56:00 PM


Sigh. I really really wanted to like this.... I have tried this soap multiple times now, and finally i feel ready to give my review. I had never heard of Dr. Bronner’s before until i went to visit my parents. My mom is on this huge “all natural” kick, and raved about this product. She uses the Dr. Bronner’s almond formula (which smells amazing!!!) I did some research, and since my skin is different from hers, I decided to try the tea tree oil formula. My skin is combination oily, but sensitive. Hormonal acne like clockwork in the form of one or two cystic pimples on my chin area that take FOREVER to heal. Clogged pores on my forehead that I have not been able to fully get rid of. And I live in Las Vegas, which means extremely hot, dry temperatures and hard water. Genetics, scorching temperatures, and hard water make for very sad skin. 😔 I used this product only at night. First taking off my makeup with either a makeup removing wipe or a makeup removing cleanser (both Neutrogena,) then using Dr Bronner’s afterward. A couple drops in my hand, lather, apply, rinse. I used Thayer’s witch hazel toner to clean off any residue after cleansing (which is my holy grail!! But that’s for another review), then applied Differin and Cerave or Laneige moisturizer. ***Let me add that this is my normal night routine, the only thing I did was switch out my normal Cerave face wash with Dr Bronner’s.*** My skin did not feel overly dry after cleansing (don’t get the tea tree formula in your eyes though!) and felt soft to the touch. I went to sleep feeling pretty good. On each of my “experiments,” I had no breakouts the first night. With continuous use, a couple days later was when my skin went crazy. I literally woke up with new pimples on my forehead, huge ones on my cheek (and I NEVER break out on my cheek area), and a very painful area on my chin. Those who have cystic acne know that tingling and sore area on your chin is the first warning sign that something huge is going to pop up in a couple days. I was horrified and I immediately discontinued using it. After it happened the first time, I tried to give it the benefit of the doubt by trying it one last time. Since the second “experiment” yielded the same result, I can confidently say that I will NEVER let this stuff near my face again. I have gone back to my previous routine and I am happy to report that my skin is clearing up, although the cystic pimple on my chin took weeks to heal. Now to just get rid of those acne scars... BTW: for any of you thinking that my skin was purging, it was not. Tea tree oil is antibacterial and antiseptic, while other products like salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide or retinoids actually exfoliate and increase the skin cell turnover rate, which bring all those bumps to the surface. Good luck to all of you with finding your holy grail face wash! Sorry for the novel; i just wanted to be as detailed as possible when sharing my experience!

2 of 3 people found this helpful.

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


I love the way this cleans my makeup brushes but the smell was terrible. I love the smell of roses so I thought this was going to be a win but in my opinion it smells terrible. I bought the lavender and that one is working out much better for me!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

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