Product Revisted Dr. Bronner Pure Castile Peppermint Soap

As a product junkie, It is easy to lose track of products and their performance. Every now and again I give my forgotten products another chance to wow me. This weekend it was Dr. Bronner Castile Soap, which is all natural and sulfate free. It is highly concentrated yet gentle. It is readily available at any health food store or grocery store with a low price tag. This product should only be used about once a week; it can be drying if used in excess. It is very important to use a good conditioner to re-moisturizer the hair which is the same for all shampoos. This no-poo product (shampoo alternative) is infused with different essential oils to meet your different scalp needs. For example peppermint for dry scalp or rose to soothe scalp. Dr. Bronner's is a all-n-one, so its multiple purpose and doubles as a body wash. The peppermint gives a cooling sensation which I love.
Our most popular fragrance. The peppermint essential oil tingles the body and clears the mind. Because therapeutically peppermint oil is a mild stimulant it increases vitality and clarity. All oils and essential oils are certified organic to the National Organic Standards Program. Packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
INGREDIENTS:Water, Saponfied Organic Coconut Oil*, Saponified Organic Olive Oil*, Organic Glycerin, Organic Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, Organic Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Mentha Arvensis Extract, Organic Mentha Peperita (Peppermint) Oil, Citric Acid, Tocopherol (* Certified Fair Trade by IMO)

8 comments:

  1. I'm thinking about trying it. I just really need something to combat this cold, very drying air in this cold season...I can't wait for spring to arrive!!

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  2. I used castile soap by Dr. Bronner in the past. It was OK from what I remember. I got better results from it when I mixed it with steeped herbs.

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  3. Fleurzty,

    I think that's a good idea, the steeped herbs.

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  4. I Love Dr. Bonner's Soap, I do add about a teaspoon or so of extra virgin olive oil to the mix for added moisture, especially when using the tea tree infused soap. but its great i love it!

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  5. I'm so glad you put this on here cause this is the type of no-poo shampoo that I bought. I'm sooo glad it's Tamara approved!!! :)

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  6. I just bought some today. I remembered when I was a kid my Mom used to wash our hair with castile soap, the hard bar type. She followed the shampoo with a vinegar and water rinse and a pure olive oil conditioning treatment. I'm going old school and returning to my roots so to speak. I'll let you know how it turns out. By the way, love your site!

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  7. Can you use this soap as a mosturizing product for ur hair if you add a dab to water? The ingredients seem to have mosturizing properties.

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  8. I have already this soap i have successful to give a fine result.
    Buy Castile Soap Peppermint

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