Want To Know True Soap? Read Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap Label

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap Label

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Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap is one of America’s greatest and most unconventional brands. Surprisingly, the company does not spend on advertising, believing that true soap doesn’t need to be advertised. How do people know they are buying a really good soap? They simply read the label.

The Leaping Bunny Logo On Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap

Through the Coalition on Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CICC) Leaping Bunny program, Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile soap advises consumers that all ingredients used in the soap were not tested on animals. To bear the Leaping Bunny logo means that independent audit confirms that this was so.

Within the world of soaps, there are big multinationals that use ingredients from mutton fat to pork lard on soap, or detergents mixed with fragrances. Most of these ingredients are too strong for the human skin. Because of this, varying levels of these ingredients are first tested on animals before they can be proven safe for humans. Safe, yes, but pure and gentle are a different criteria altogether.

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap is made from 100% organic plant-based oils like olive oil, jojoba oil, and avocado oil. Thus, the soap is true soap. As they say, you can eat soap like this (although we don’t suggest you try it). It’s enough that you let your skin soak up the goodness of a true and pure soap.

What Does The Fair For Life Logo on Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap Mean?

It means that the main ingredients used in every bottle or bar of Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile soap are certified Fair Trade by the Institute of Marketcology (IMO). This indicates that across its supply chain, ethical working conditions and fair prices were followed in the growth, harvest, and preparation of Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap plant-based ingredients.

Currently, the Bronner soapmakers employ 200 workers in their virgin coconut oil farm in Sri Lanka, 150 in their Palm oil farm in Ghana, and has placed the West Bank and Israeli workers hand in hand harvesting olives in what is the most cooperative relationship shared between Palestinians and Israelis.

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap Also Bears the NON-GMO Seal, Has The USDA National Organic Program Seal and The Certified Vegan seal by Vegan Action

What does this mean to you? Not only does the pure soap pamper, nurture and protect your skin, it also means you are using the truest ingredients as sourced from nature. Each bottle or bar of Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile soap was made with non-modified, organically farmed, plant-based ingredients.

Knowing this, you will feel good with a beautiful, clean skin that gives that lingering after-bath good feeling, you will also feel good that the soap you used was manufactured responsibly and in ways that harmonize with nature.

Truly, a soap making tradition that spans 150 years cannot be richer – in terms of its authenticity, simplicity, and purity. Organic and non-modified ingredients, taken from the business perspective, may not always draw in the dollars as quickly, but as what David Bronner – descendant to the master soap maker Dr. Emanuel Bronner who brought this soap from Germany to the United States – said, they aren’t in the business of soap to make money.

Well, with more consumers being enlightened by what true soap really consists of, sales will naturally come – skyrocket even – with or without the intention. After all, a true, pure soap that cleanses your skin like nothing else can is just too hard to pass up.

Posted By: Admin
Posted on: January 17th, 2014