If you’ve wondered how all my tips and recommendations throughout my blog play out altogether for a real person, now you’ll now. Here’s my bathroom cabinet.
On the Mother Loving Future Podcast, Lisa Bronner discusses her family, green living, and cleaning with nontoxic products.
Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap and Sal Suds work great for handwashing delicate fabrics, even washable silks and wool.
It might seem that stone is stone is stone, but stone types differ. Dr. Bronner’s can clean them all.
Surfactants alone remove all manner of dirt, germs and other ickies off counters, cutting boards, sinks, you.
Baby wipes made with Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap are also for sticky hands or messy faces.
For cleaning schools, use products with effective yet safe ingredients. Here are a few nontoxic ways to clean a classroom.
The simplicity that makes Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap great for our bodies, also makes it great for dogs.
If you are caring for some luxurious facial locks, Dr. Bronner’s can help.
With many overlapping uses, there are a few times when Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap and Sal Suds are not interchangeable.