Dr Bronners 18 in 1 Hemp Tea Tree Pure Castile Liquid Soap 237ml
18 in 1 Hemp Tea Tree Pure-Castile Liquid Soap is woodsy and medicinal, and it contains pure tea tree oil, which is helpful for acne-prone skin and dandruff! Dr. Bronner’s soap is highly concentrated, biodegradable, adaptable, and powerful. Packaged in a 100 percent post-consumer recycled bottle with organic and certified fair trade ingredients. All-One!
Dr. Bronner’s 18 in 1 Hemp Tea Pure-Castile Soaps are suitable for a wide range of cleaning tasks. Face, body, and hair, as well as housecleaning, which includes food, dishes, and laundry. No synthetic preservatives, detergents, or foaming agents are used to clean your home or body. The recommended dilution amounts are listed below.
Dr. Bronner’s 18 in 1 Hemp Tea Tree liquid Castile Soap has a refreshing tea tree smell and is an excellent all-in-one alternative for the house and family. 18 in 1 Hemp Tea is well-known for its antibacterial properties, which make it ideal for acne-prone skin and dandruff reduction. This formulation, based on the original castile recipe, is made up of natural substances including Hemp Oil and Coconut Oil. It cleanses without depleting the skin of its natural oils and is suitable for all skin types. Use it straight on your skin or dilute it to use in one of 18 other ways.
Water, Organic Coconut Oil*, Potassium Hydroxide**, Organic Palm Kernel Oil*, Organic Olive Oil*, Tea Tree Extract, Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Citric Acid, Tocopherol
*CERTIFIED FAIR TRADE INGREDIENTS
** None remains after saponifying oils into soap & glycerin.
Dr. Bronner’s 18 in 1 Hemp Tea Castile Soap has more than 18 uses, so it’s more than simply a soap. The following are some examples of uses and dilutions:
Face and Body Uses
Face: Apply 2-3 drops on moist hands and wet face.
Body: apply one small squirt on a moist body.
Hair:12 tbsp worked into wet hair, or 12 tbsp diluted in 12 cup water and massaged into wet hair
Bath: 2 tbsp soap in an average-sized bath, depending on the amount of water. (Note: this will not bubble, but it will still clean.)
Teeth: 1 drop on a toothbrush for teeth (and yes, it does tastes like soap).
Foot Bath: 12 tsp in a small tub of hot water for a foot bath
Congestion: 1 tbsp in a basin of steaming hot water for congestion relief. Breathe in the mist while covering your head with a towel.
Handwashing of dishes: Pre-dilute with water at a ratio of 1:10 before using.
Laundry: For a heavy load in a regular washer, use 1/3-1/2 cup of soap. To the rinse cycle, add 12 cup vinegar.
Mopping: 1/4 cup soap to 5 litres hot water for mopping
All-purpose cleaning: 14 cup per litre of water in a spray bottle for all-purpose cleaning Tea tree essential oil (14 tsp) can be added if desired.
Windows: 1 tablespoon per litre of water in a spray bottle for windows. Use soda water or a mixture of half vinegar and half water as a follow-up.
Dr. Bronner’s is known for its Old World excellence and time-honored simplicity, thanks to the family’s German-Jewish soapmaking legacy. Emanuel Bronner was born in 1908 to a Jewish family that had been making soap since 1858. He was the third generation of his family to be qualified as a master soapmaker under the guild system of the time. In 1929, he took his high-quality liquid and bar soap formulae to America, and in 1948, he founded Dr. Bronner’s in its current form. Dr. Bronner’s creates pure Castile liquid and bar soaps with coconut, olive, hemp, and jojoba oils and natural scents, drawing on 150 years of family soapmaking heritage.
Dr. E.H. Bronner, the man who created the company 70 years ago, is responsible for its attitude of environmental and social responsibility, as well as their unique labelling. With top-quality soaps and a comprehensive dedication to corporate social responsibility, Dr Bronner’s continues a five-generation tradition of natural soapmaking. Their products, activities, and revenues are all aimed towards the planet’s and people’s benefit. They employ organic, fair-trade ingredients acquired from small-scale farms and support water conservation, soil enrichment, waste reduction, and reforestation programmes.
They invest in fair supply chains based on sustainable agriculture and fair compensation for workers, and they’ve set a salary ratio cap of 5:1 to give their employees greater pay and benefits. They support issues ranging from animal welfare to agricultural hemp to consciousness research in order to ensure a more progressive future for all of humanity.