Saturday, June 30, 2007

dr. bronner's magic soapbox

It's true. There's a documentary out about Dr. Bronner, creator of the infamous, and all-purpose, Dr. Bronner's Soap. Most known for peppermint soap and insane, if strangely lyrical, religious rantings on the packaging, Dr. Bronner's Soap is also available in almond, eucalyptus, tea tree oil, lavender, and baby-mild, in both liquid and bar forms. I've only used the peppermint, in liquid form, as a body wash, and can attest to it's delightful peppermintness. My friend Arielle tends to keep an industrial-sized bottle of it in her home to be used as dish washing soap, detergent, body wash, and everything in between.

Samples:

"Thank God we don't descend down from perfect Adam & Eve to sinful sinner, brother's keeper, divided slave! Thank God! United, hard-working trained brave, from dust we ascend up! Thank God for that!"

"Don't Drink Soap! Dilute! Dilute! or Wet Skin Well! OK!"

"Within 9 minutes you feel fresh, mint-clean, saving 90% of your hot water & soap, ready to help teach the whole Human race the Moral ABC of All-One-God-Faith! For we're All-One or none!"

1 comment:

Myster said...

We used to have to use that for EVERYTHING when we were camping... dish soap... face soap... toothpaste... but, you know, my parents were hippies. I used to use it to wash the dog before I had a landlady who also makes dog soap.