Dr. Bronner's Almond Organic Pure Castile Liquid Soap brings the warmth and coziness of home and hearth into your shower. All oils and essential oils are certified organic to the National Organic Standards Program. Packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
INGREDIENTS:Water, Organic Coconut Oil*, Potassium Hydroxide**, Organic Olive Oil*, Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Natural Almond Fragrance, Citric Acid, Tocopherol
* CERTIFIED FAIR TRADE INGREDIENTS
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Patricia: a few months ago
I'm a retired nurse and I remember using Castile soap when I first started nursing...way back in the 70s! It was unscented, but I remember how clean and soft it felt...no bells or whistles...just pure, clean soap! It's not used very often these days in hospitals and it's difficult to get, so when I saw it on the Well website...on sale yet...I jumped at the chance! The fact that it's scented makes it even nicer, and the almond scent I bought is not overpowering (strong perfumes make me physically ill). My sister was thrilled; she is also a retired nurse and loves Castile soap as much as I do! So I bought 2 large bottles...one for each of us! A little goes a long way with this soap; just a few drops makes a nice rich lather that rinses easily with no feeling of residue. Many thanks to Well for stocking this premium product!
Cee: a few months ago
This smells DELICIOUS, like sweet amaretto. I've used the tea tree, and the peppermint of Dr. Bronners's. I didn't like the smell of tea tree after awhile. Peppermint was was refreshing and awakening, but it was a little rough for my skin. This one, is much more soft and silky. Leaves my skin smooth. I use for cleaning also, and my house smells amazing. Used once for laundry, and clothes also smelled amazing.
It's an all around good soap!
John: a few months ago
I'm a little disappointed in the product and won't be reordering it. I thought it would be more viscous. It's very much the consistency of water, so I'm not sure home much actually gets on my body and how much just goes down the drain.
Not super impressed with all the religious rhetoric printed all over it either.