Thursday, 14 May 2015

Dr Bronner's Shikakai Soap ǀ Review

Organic Hand and Body Shakakai Soap
Baby Unscented and Tea Tree

Soap isn't usually something I tend to review however, I was sent these to take a look at and I actually quite like them. The first one (Baby Unscented) I found particularly difficult to review because, as you can guess from the title, it had no smell to it. That made it harder because, when reviewing products like these, I tend to comment on the scent. The Tea Tree one however, was clearly of a mint-like scent and left my hands feeling fresh, tingly and clean for some time after.

Both of these soaps I found similarly really good; you don't need a lot and I noticed it helped remove marks such as pen ink fairly quickly. Another purpose I found for them was washing make-up brushes. As I have recently had a shortage of art brushes, I have been using some of my less useful make-up ones. Unfortunately they remained stubbornly blue for afterwards, and I didn't fancy a blue face, so I thought I would try out The Baby Unscented Soap. It did manage to remove most of the traces off so I didn't look like a smurf. It is really gentle but works well. The fact it is fair trade, organic and with a fairly simple list of ingredients just tops it all off. I really like them.

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