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Dr. Bronner's Fair Trade & Organic Castile Liquid Soap - (Baby Unscented, 32 oz)
- BABY UNSCENTED. Dr. Bronner's Unscented Baby-Mild Castile Liquid Soap contains no fragrance and replaces it with double the olive oil, so it is great for people with allergies or sensitive skin. Of course, it is great for babies as well!
- SMOOTH AND MOISTURIZING. The organic and vegan ingredients are combined with a pure-Castile liquid soap base for a rich, emollient lather and a moisturizing after feel
- NATURAL. Smooth and luxurious soap with no synthetic detergents or preservatives, as none of the ingredients or organisms are genetically modified
- CERTIFIED ORGANIC AND VEGAN. Certified organic by the USDA National Organic Program and certified Vegan by Vegan Action
- RECYCLED PACKAGING. Packaged in 100% post consumer recycled (PCR) plastic bottles
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Dr. Bronner's Unscented Baby-Mild Castile Liquid Soap contains no fragrance and replaces it with double the olive oil, so it is great for people with allergies or sensitive skin. Of course, it is great for babies as well! All soaps are certified organic under the USDA National Organic Program. All soaps are also certified Fair Trade. Packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic bottles.
Completely biodegradable and vegetable-based, our Castile Liquid Soaps have been called the "Swiss-army knife" of cleaning - usable for just about any cleaning task. These simple, ecologically formulated soaps are gentle enough for washing body, face or hair, but also powerful enough for tasks like dishwashing, mopping, laundry and even pest control.
INGREDIENTS: Water, Organic Coconut Oil*, Potassium Hydroxide**, Organic Palm Kernel Oil*, Organic Olive Oil*, Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Citric Acid, Tocopherol
*CERTIFIED FAIR TRADE INGREDIENTS
** None remains after saponifying oils into soap & glycerin.
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1/3 cup Dr. Bronner's
2/3 cup filtered/distilled water
1/2 tsp sweet almond or olive or fractionated coconut oil (fractionate CO stays liquid) to moisturize
1/8 tsp your choice essential oil (you may need double or more, depending on the essential oil used, to get the scent you want)
You do need a foaming container - I re-used commercial ones from B&BW ;)
When I started down this path, I only used it for refilling my hand soap containers. I dilute it at about 10 parts water 1 part soap - it makes for a very liquidy soap, perfect for the foaming containers which I have since confiscated from friends who still *gasp* buy new things of soap when one goes empty. Before I had the fancy shmancy foaming pumps, I just used the normal soap pumps. It worked fine, but it was runny which took a bit of time to get used to.
But because it is so diluted and still cleans very well, I had a crazy amount of soap on my hands. So I started using it to clean other stuff. Dish detergent was the next thing on the list - I dilute it maybe a touch less than the hand soap (maybe 8 parts water to 1 part soap) and it works equally as well as the name brand dish soap that I used to buy. Only a few times have I felt the need to let things soak a bit longer than I would have otherwise, but even then I tended to soak overnight, so no real change. If you're as crazy as I am, you can add some citrus essential oil to it to help with the degreasing aspects. Just 20 drops or so. It's not necessary though - just gives it a nice scent and I like to think it helps things along a bit. I probably do this about half the time.
Still so much soap left and, well, I ran out of some all purpose spray. Made my own with a bit of Dr. Bronners to a 50/50 mix of water & vinegar. Works AMAZING. I now use Dr. Bronners for just about any cleaning that requires soap. If it's a tough job, I don't dilute it as much. If it's a light job, I dilute it a bit more.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great stuff good for my sensitive skin even wash my face with it.Published 1 day ago by Heisenburger
This soap has so many uses, I love using it. I mainly use it for hand soap though. I'm usually a frequent buyer of this soap!Published 3 days ago by Devreser
Well just like the title says, I have found the cheaper brands to be a bad value. This is a soap which is ethically produced, and can be diluted quite a bit to save money. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Dama Anonima