The Cult-Favorite Soap That Ruined Me for All Others
Clue: You can use it 18 different ways.
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Chrisial L. April 26, 2021
The best thing about Castile soap is that it is made of purely natural essential oils without any harmful or chemical ingredients. You may also want to try this Dr Bronner's castile soap alternative: https://www.natures-glory.com/blogs/news/great-castile-soap-alternative-to-dr-bronners-singapore
Claudia T. December 9, 2018
I love Dr Bronners for house, body, laundry, but I've never had good luck with it in my hair. I know they make a hair rinse too, but I just use shampoo that's meant to be shampoo! I do love to bring Castile soap if I'm traveling, especially for a long trip- it works well as your body soap and hand soap AND washing a little laundry in the hotel sink!
Mary L. October 25, 2018
We've had trouble with Dr. Bronners coating, then clogging, our plumbing. The oils were just too much in comparison to the amount of hot water that would have flushed it out. Bummer.
breff M. October 16, 2018
I think that you mean "it ruined all others" for you not that it ruined you. -:)
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