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January 06, 2009

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Guiness

I've been using Dr Bronner's peppermint wash for some time now and love it. I use the tee tree oil one for household cleaning (floors, kitchen, etc) since tee tree oil has antibacterial properties. You could dilute it with water and keep in a spray bottle under the sink to further reduce the need for additional cleaners and keep the clutter down.

jenny

Great idea! That's my New Year's resolution. Simplify. Who knew all I had to do was buy a bottle of Dr Bronner's:)
thanks

Andra

I love Dr. Bronner's! I use the lavender hemp as a face wash in the shower when I'm too lazy to use the oil cleansing method. I also use the peppermint in the summer, it's so cooling for the hot, sticky summer in the south.

vanessa

I've been using Dr. Bronners for quite sometime. Man that stuff gets you squeaky clean...literally!
One word of caution. The bar soap tends to go bad early on. It starts to produce a foul smell and needs to be tossed within 2 mts. I've since switched to liquid and have never had it go bad.

vanessa

I've been using Dr. Bronners for quite sometime. Man that stuff gets you squeaky clean...literally!
One word of caution. The bar soap tends to go bad early on. It starts to produce a foul smell and needs to be tossed within 2 mts. I've since switched to liquid and have never had it go bad.

jenny

Yikes. Rancid soap. How ironic is that?

Natalie

The liquid soap isn't a great shampoo, but the bar soap version of the same stuff is. I don't know why. Try it! Follow with a rinse of 1 tbs apple cider vinegar in 1 cup water to make sure it doesn't leave any soap residue. Also, if you get the bar and cut it into three pieces, and then only bring one piece into the shower the bar will last longer.

jenny

Sounds good Natalie. Thanks.

Ann

Dr. Bronner's rules!! I love the rose and citrus sented ones, and of course the peppermint. At my local Target you can also get Dr. Bronner's magic soap wich is packaged in a pump bottle for handwashing (and without War and Peace printed on it's label). BTW...Dr. Bronner's magic lip balm in lemon lime is awesome.

jenny

Hey Ann,
Didn't know he made lip balm (but can you wash the dishes with it?). I actually just ran out of dishwashing liquid and decided to water down the peppermint bronner's liquid and it worked. I was shocked. Maybe I can just bring the dishes into the shower with me from now on and kill two birds with one stone.
thanks
jenny

margie

I am obsessed with minty scented everything. (Except I hate the taste of toothpaste, weird huh?) I have been using bliss' super minty soaps (they have a liquid and a scrub); they can tingle and awaken pretty well but this one sounds way better and possibly cheaper, thanks!!

jenny

Yeah. I'm guessing it's cheaper and bet you can't clean your kitchen counters with the Bliss soap:)

pik

i've been using this stuff in various scents forever...if you ever go camping BRING THIS. i believe it's safe for the environment, so you can wash your hair, body, face, and teeth with it, and not worry about some squirrel dying because his dirt got infected with human gunk. my personal favorite is the almond, but if you're using as toothpaste...maybe peppermint is the way to go.

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