Rose Pure-Castile Liquid Soap
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32 oz / $0.49 per oz
Forget a fresh bouquet of roses, you can get the same floral scent with this pure-castile soap. It has the perfect hint of sweetness and gets just about any cleaning task done.
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There's a reason why Dr. Bronner's is a household name. Made with organic and certified fair trade ingredients like organic hemp oil, their rose soap is a must-have for making every shower or household chore feel like the ultimate self-care ritual. And true to the brand's All-One! spirit, you can literally use this for everything and anything: face, body, hair, dishes, laundry, pets, and more. Thanks to its super concentrated formula, a little goes a long way so feel free to dilute (the liquid to lather ratio is out of this world).
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- Direct/Fair Trade
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- Recycled Content Packaging
- Renewable Energy
- Community & Economic Development
- Health & Disease
- Human Rights
Rinse and recycle the bottle in your curbside bin. The cap is recyclable via TerraCycle.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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How it does good
Treating the earth like home
Dr. Bronner’s is fighting for a marketplace where consumers are not misled into purchasing synthetic-laden products masquerading as certified organic personal care. Emanuel Bronner, the man behind the brand, believed that a company has a responsibility to “Share the profits with the workers and the earth from which you made it!” His son Ralph called this approach Constructive Capitalism and they practice it in every aspect of their business—from the products they make, throughout their supply chains, to their dedicated activism and charitable giving, and more.
A certified B-Corp, Dr. Bronner’s has created or partnered with fair trade and organic projects all over the world. They build personal relationships with organic farmers and producers to create equitable supply chains. This includes fair prices for farmers, living wages and excellent working conditions for workers, investment in communities, and respect for land and people. As a company with numerous certifications related to environmental and social impact, they work with suppliers who have the same certifications or hold similar values, and for some like USDA Organic, it's a requirement.Learn More
supporting key causes
Dr. Bronner’s donates roughly 1/3 of their profits to charitable and activist causes including regenerative organic agriculture, animal advocacy, and criminal justice reform. Their giving spans the globe through their All-One International initiative, which focuses on philanthropy and advocacy outside of the United States. And in partnership with the Rodale Institute and Patagonia, they established the Regenerative Organic Alliance and created the Regenerative Organic Certification standard.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Dr. Bronner's is 100% renewably-powered and their goal is to become climate positive by 2025, plastic neutral by 2023, and a Zero Waste business (i.e. less than 10% of waste going to landfill) by 2023.Learn More
Dr. Bronner’s uses 100% post-consumer recycled (PCR) polyethylene (PET) plastic bottles for almost all of their liquid and pump soaps. In fact, they pioneered these bottles in the personal care industry.Learn More
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About the Brand
Known for their iconic labels and cultish following, household name Dr. Bronner’s was founded in 1948 by Emanuel Bronner, a third-generation master soapmaker and activist. He used the labels to spread the message of our transcendent unity across religious & ethnic divides: “We are All-One or None!” Still family-owned and run, Dr. Bronner’s honors their founder’s vision by making socially & environmentally responsible products of the highest quality—and by dedicating their profits to help make a better world.Shop Brand
*How to use
For facial cleansing, use 2 or 3 drops on to wet hands and lather away. For laundry, use 1/3-1/2 cup of soap for a large load in a normal washer. For even more ideas, check out Lisa Bronner's Dilutions Cheat Sheet.