Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap

Dr. Bronner's soapDo you believe in magic? Magic doesn’t have to be fairies and unicorns, or wizards casting spells from the backs of dragons. It doesn’t have to be magicians in Las Vegas stuffing cards up their sleeves and hiding in locked boxes.

Magic can be something that is simply wonderful. Something so great that it seemingly defies logic. If you accept that magic can be something that is overwhelmingly fantastic, then Dr. Bronner’s soap is nothing short of magic.

There are a couple of things that make Dr. Bronner’s soap so great. One is the the product itself. The other is the company behind the product.

Dr. Bronner’s makes a wide range of products, but their most popular item is the classic liquid castile soap. The soap is completely bio-degradable and vegetable based, which means that it doesn’t cause harm to the environment in the way that other soaps may. In addition to being totally bio-degradable, Dr. Bronner’s liquid soap is not tested on animals, certified Fair Trade, non-GMO verified, certified organic, and certified vegan. All of these certifications speak volumes about the product itself, but also about the company that produces it.

Dr. Bronner’s liquid castile soap can be used for practically anything, which makes it a great item to keep in your pack or camp tub. It’s been called the “Swiss-army knife of cleaning” and can be used for washing faces and hair, brushing teeth, doing laundry, scrubbing dishes, and even mopping floors! Basically, if there’s a task that calls for some type of soap or detergent, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap can get the job done.

The Heilbronner family started making soap back in 1858. Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap has over 150 years and 5 generations worth of soap making experience. When a company makes a product for over a century and a half, you can expect it to be pretty great. But the company has more to offer than just experience and soap-making heritage.

As much as Dr. Bronner’s cares about making great products, they care equally as much about their employees, their suppliers, their consumers, and the environment. The company doesn’t just exist to make soap and money.


Image from the Dr. Bronner’s website

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