18 Uses For Dr Bronners Soaps

18 Uses For Dr Bronners Soaps

How you can use Dr Bronner’s Castile Soaps on your body!

Face cleanser: You can use the Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soaps as a natural facial cleanser. This is ultra gentle and perfect for anyone who likes a simple formulation. Simply apply two to three drops onto wet hands, then apply to your wet face.

Body wash: For a classic and effective body wash, all you need to do is squirt one small drop onto a wet wash cloth or sponge! Apply to your wet body.

Shampoo: You can even use these Castile Soaps as a natural shampoo! Mix ½ tbsp into your hand and work into wet hair. Alternatively you can dilute ½ tbsp into ½ a cup of water.

Bath liquid: To get the most out of your relaxing bath, simply add 2 tbsp of the soap into your bath water. It’s relaxing, cleaning and smells amazing!

Shaving liquid: For a clean shave of your face, work 10 drops into a lather, then apply to your skin. For underarms I recommend 3 drops and for legs ½ tsp.

Toothpaste: If you can stand the taste of soap in your mouth, the Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap can also be used as a toothpaste!! Just add 1 drop to your toothbrush.

Decongestant steam: Ideal for the Winter months or whenever you feel congested, you can use these soaps as a steam. Add 1 tbsp into a bowl of hot water. Place a towel over your head and breathe in the steam.

Foot bath: For a relaxing end to a long day, you can use the Castile Soaps as a soothing foot bath. Add 1.5 tsp of the soap into a small tub of hot water. Sit back and relax!

How can you use Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soaps around the house?

Dishwashing liquid: To clean your dishes with a safe and natural liquid, you can predilute the Castile Soap 1:10 with water to create a detergent.

Laundry detergent: Another great way to use the Castile Soaps are as a laundry detergent that won’t leave a chemical residue on your clothing! Add ⅓ - ½ cup of the soap into a large load. You can also mix in ½ cup of Vinegar.

Mopping liquid: To create an effective soap to clean your floors, mix in ½ cup of soap into 3 gallons of hot water.

Multipurpose cleaning spray: For a multipurpose spray that you can use around the house, you can mix ¼ cup of your favourite castile soap into a spray bottle filled with water. I also like to add in ¼ tsp of tea tree essential oil.

Window cleaner: To get streak free, clean windows simply mix 1 tbsp of castile soap into a spray bottle. For a more effective clean you can add in vinegar!

Toilet cleaner: There’s nothing worse than a grubby toilet! To clean yours with your Castile Soap, pre dilute 1:4 with water in a spray bottle. Spray into your emptied toilet bowl and sprinkle baking soda onto your scrubbing brush. Scrub your toilet and leave for 10 minutes before flushing.

 

 

What are some unexpected ways you can use Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap?

Fruit and vegetable rinse: Who would have thought that you could use soap to clean fruits and veggies! Simply mix a small dash of the soap into a bowl of water. After cleaning, rinse in water.

Dog shampoo: Even your pups can benefit from Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap! Depending on the size of your dog, the amount you use will vary. Wet your dog and work the soap into their fur until you reach a lather.

Plant spray: To make sure that bugs leave your plants alone you can mix 1 tbsp of the soap into some water. If you want to improve the strength of this formula, add in ½ tsp of cayenne pepper or cinnamon.

Bug spray: If you have ant problems around the house you can also create a more concentrated version of the plant spray. Mix ¼ cup of tea tree soap into your spray bottle.

 

What is Castile Soap?

In earlier centuries, an all-vegetable based soap was made in the Castile region of Spain from local olive oil. By the turn of this century, “Castile” had come to mean any vegetable oil-based soap, versus animal (tallow) fat-based soap.

“Pure-Castile” is now also your guarantee that what you are using is a real ecological and simple soap, not a complex blend of detergents with a higher ecological impact due to the waste stream during manufacture and slower biodegradability. Unfortunately, many synthetic detergent blends are deceptively labeled as “Liquid Soap” even when they contain absolutely no soap whatsoever.

Dr Bronner’s soaps are 100% true pure-castile soaps. The high foaming lather of these soaps is from their high coconut oil content, which makes a more luxurious and rich lather than any detergent can ever create. The ingredients are certified organic, fair trade and 100% vegan using no detergents, foaming agents or animal testing. They are packaged using 100% post-consumer recycled plastic.

Dr Bronner’s liquid castile soaps are available in 8 different scents: Rose, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Citrus, Almond, Lavender, Peppermint, and Baby Mild (unscented).

Ingredients: Water, Saponified Organic Coconut and Olive Oils (retaining natural glycerin content), Organic Hemp Seed Oil, Organic Jojoba Seed Oil, Citric Acid, Vitamin E, may also contain organic essential oils.

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