Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap
When I sat down to write about wood, I figured it would be a quick short post. Six pages of notes later, I realized this wasn’t the case.
The liquid came first – peppermint to be exact. Bar soap meandered in a few decades later. While there are hardliners in both camps, the difference between liquid
"Enjoy only 2 cosmetics: enough sleep and Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap”.
While there may be many things on my grandfather’s label that are rather enigmatic, this statement is as straightforward as
The term “hard water” refers to the concentration of minerals dissolved in the water. “Soft water” indicates that there are very few minerals in the water. In this
Let’s not pretend here. The drawback to using real soap in the bathroom is that you have to face the reality of scum. Soap scum, to be exact.
Dr. Bronner’s Castile soap and vinegar can clean an entire house. They are effective, versatile, biodegradable, and non-toxic. But the sole point of this post is to emphasize
Watching my kids suffer through a cold is just one of the hardest things. If there’s any upside to ailments such strep throat or ear infections is that at least
One soap from head to toe. That’s it. I use it on my face. I use it on my body. I use it on my hair. It’s a common question
Meet Sandy. She’s my 12-ish year old dachshound-something-or-other. She has kindly agreed to be my model in demonstrating how great the castile soap is in washing dogs. The castile soap