The best way I’ve found to eliminate stains is with pure Dr. Bronner’s Sal Suds directly on the stain. The earlier you can get it on, and the longer you can let it sit, the better the results. But this has even worked on set-in stains that I’ve been slow to discover.
If there’s one important thing to remember about washing your hair with Dr. Bronner’s, it’s that you need to follow up with an acidic conditioning rinse. We recommend our Organic Conditioning Rinse, which is specially formulated for this purpose and uses a base of organic lemon juice—but you can also use diluted apple cider vinegar in a pinch.Continue Reading
David Bronner (CEO of Dr. Bronner’s) created this balm a few years ago to heal his own aches and pains from surfing. Soon enough, he started giving the stuff out to friends and family to help treat their backaches and arthritis, and they urged him to bring the product to market.Continue Reading
Serendipalm is our sister company in Ghana that supplies us with fair trade & organic palm oil for our soaps. We recently caught up with Safianu Moro, who heads up the team at Serendipalm as Managing Director to learn more about his work there and his vision for the project’s future.Continue Reading
Dr. Emanuel Bronner was a third-generation master soapmaker born into a German-Jewish soapmaking family that had been making soap since 1858. By the turn of the century the family enterprise had expanded to three factories... With the rise of the counterculture, people increasingly rejected mainstream faceless polluting corporate America, and embraced our grandfather’s soap for its simplicity, versatility and biodegradability, and grooved on the message of peace and love.Continue Reading