All-One or None: Experience Dr. Bronner’s Eco-Friendly Soaps, Earthling!

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Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps

It has been said that “David Bronner is a mix of Bernie Sanders, Dr. Who and Terrence McKenna.” With a mix that revolutionary, it’s only logical the Bronner products are just as innovative. Dr. Bronner’s soap is made with mother nature in mind—completely organic, biodegradable and packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled bottles (Castile Liquid Soap) and wrappers (Castile Bar Soap), respectively. Made with all-natural ingredients, these products are extremely versatile and can be used for everything from face and body wash to doing the dishes, laundry or mopping, allowing you to clean your house and body without synthetic preservatives or harmful detergents.

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps
Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps

All Dr. Bronner products are made with the Earth in mind, and compassion for all mankind. This soap is vegan, certified fair trade and 100% biodegradable; organic hemp oil leaves the skin smooth to the touch with a lather that won’t dry out your skin.

Each product contributes to a cleaner, more sustainable tomorrow, and purchasing the product does as well. Dr. Bronner’s has donated millions of dollars advocating for cannabis, animal rights, fair trade, NON-GMO and social justice issues. These products are truly the most intelligent choice when purchasing everything from soap to toothpaste, hand sanitizers, coconut oil…and the list goes on!

Product Info

– 5oz Pure-Castile Bar Soap | $4.69

– 32oz Pure-Castile Liquid Soap | $17.99 

– Scents include: Almond, Baby (Unscented), Citrus, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Peppermint, Rose and Tea Tree

Available at drbronner.com and in most natural grocery chains and beauty stores!

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps


Read more about David Bronner’s legacy of activism HERE


 

Luna Reyna

Luna Reyna believes in the power of journalistic activism and social responsibility. As a writer with DOPE, she tackles many social justice topics that often do not receive the coverage they deserve within the cannabis industry, as well as issues of inclusivity regarding race, gender, class and the LGBTQ communities (to name a few). Luna is also the editor for a magazine called Earthlings Entertainment, serving everywhere from British Columbia on down the north west and pushing east as the progression continues. Earthlings Entertainment challenges the status quo through artistic expression and creative inspiration. EE is committed to curating, highlighting, and sharing only the most intelligent, intriguing, original, and downright edgy releases in Hip Hop and the genres that Hip Hop is a progression of, as well as the umbrella of Electronic music and its sub genres. She also works with The Colossal Collective, a rad group of creative creatures that design larger-than life-puppets you may have seen at one music festival or another.
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