Dr. Bronners Liquid Soap - 4 oz.

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Dr. Bronners Liquid Soap - 4 oz.
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Dr. Bronners Organic Liquid 4 oz. Peppermint Soap is pure castile soap for super mild cleansing. This multi-purpose soap can be used for just about any cleaning task, in camp or at home.


  • Made of all-natural ingredients.


  • 4 fl. oz.
  • 100% Vegetarian.
  • Gentle to delicate skin, this soap can be used for shaving, as shampoo, dental mouthwash or skin bath
  • Bio-degradeable.
  • Outstanding water softening & cleansing powers.
  • Does not cut dirt - dissolves it.
  • Supermild - The most mild, natural soap available.

Made of all-natural ingredients, Dr. Bronner's organic liquid soap is ideal for camping, as it is gentle on the environment

Made in USA.

Appalachain Outdoors
Dr. Bronner's most popular fragrance. The peppermint essential oil tingles the body and clears the mind. Because therapeutically peppermint oil is a mild stimulant it increases vitality and clarity. All oils and essential oils are certified organic to the National Organic Standards Program. Packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
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Offered in 4 scents:peppermint, almond, eucalyptus, and lavender
Volume:4 fluid ounces

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Dr. Bronners Liquid Soap - 4 oz. Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best soap on the planet

Simply the best soap ever. It's all natural, so no harsh chemicals for people with allergies or sensitive skin. It's fair trade, so you know folks aren't being exploited in the process of making this stuff. And it smells great.

I use this soap for traveling and daily use. It's concentrated enough to wash pots and pans at a campground and can clean your laundry in a hotel sink. I was able to get an olive oil stain out of my favorite mountain hardware shorts by immediately handwashing them in the sink with warm water and dr. bronners.

One person remarked on the lack of suds. I think it has an acceptable amount of suds, but if you want more suds, you'll likely have to use chemical soaps with sodium lauryl sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate. I'll stick with Bronners because the chemical stuff dries out my skin.

Another person said it isn't a good mouthwash. People are thinking, "Why would you rinse your mouth with soap? Isn't that a punishment your mom used to do for saying a bad word?"

Well, Dr, Bronner was quite the interesting fellow because he wrote on the bottle that it can be used as a toothpaste, and mouthwash. Well, it's all natural, so it won't hurt you any, but it is soap, so it's not going to taste as delicious as it smells. Raw peppermint oil (the fragrance) without any sweetener doesn't taste that great either.

Another person posted that it dries out their hair. It's soap, so it will remove the oils from your hair. If you are washing your hair with soap every day, you might need to use some conditioner after. Bronners makes conditioner, but REI doesn't currently carry it.

Word of warning, peppermint oils may cause slight burning sensation if applied to bicycle touring saddle sores. You may feel refreshed after the burn subsides, but the initial "burney feeling" may surprise you. This can be avoided if you use a different Bronners like the unscented lavender, citrus or unscented baby soap.
Oregon Trails at REI on 05/05/2010

All Purpose Soap

I have been using Dr. Bronner's pepermint soap for several years. My favorite use is for a bath or shower - it gives me a refreshing tingling. I have started to buy Dr. Bronner's in gallon jars and using the smaller containers for different uses.

I am using the 4 ounce bottles for my 72 hour bugouut bags and in my toiletry bag. In a bugout bag it can be used for laundry soap, dish soap and personal hygiene and as Dr. Bronner says even as toothpaste!

It does not produce a large amount of suds because it is a natural castile soap. It does do the job of cleaning. It has limited anti-bactirial capability - good old elbow grease has to be applied to ensure that you have removed bacteria from surfaces.
Airborneshodan at REI on 07/07/2011

My only soap

At home, on the trail or on the road. Dr. Bronner's Peppermint is the only soap I use. It's fresh and tingly but it can dry out your hair. While you're showering you can read the label and wonder what the heck this guy is talking about. His message is equal parts morally uplifting and utterly confusing.
Diggity at REI on 08/08/2009


MICHCAMPER823 at Campmor on 10/10/2011

NOT a mouthwash

Okay, whoever said this soap could be used as a mouthwash needs to be taken out back. Otherwise, this is a great soap for camping or travel, though I could stand to have it foam up more easily.
SteveRenker at REI on 11/11/2011

Effective Soap

I used this on a fly-in fishing trip as a body soap and shampoo. Worked great and smelled good. This is better stuff than the bio-degradeable I used to use.
Ron K at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Lavender is the best!

This product smells great and is very gentle. It is an all-purpose soap. I don't recomend relying on it as a shampoo, not enough suds!
Tiny at REI on 09/09/2007

Hate the politics, love the soap.

The label of the bottle bothers me a bit, but hey?
This stuff beats other commonly available camp soaps. Rinses clean and doesn't irritate.
Bass at Campmor on 07/07/2011

It ain't campin' without Dr Bronners

... and it's gotta be peppermint. And yes you can use it for just about anything that needs cleaning.
John F at REI on 01/01/2009

FINALLY found it!

unable to find anywhere else. I know Campmor has items I'm not able to find elsewhere!
Mare at Campmor on 06/06/2013

Negative Reviews:

Camping: sure. Civilized grooming: meh

I was looking for an all-in-one product for a stint of long term travel. This works great as a laundry & body soap, but dries out my hair to a brittle, straw-like texture.(I don't have the room to pack leave in conditioner, so that makes it moot for me) I would not recommended brushing your teeth with it either, or using it as a face wash.
TravelinBug at REI on 04/04/2012

Do not use for mouthwash

Have used on multiple backcountry excursions. Performs fine as an all natural soap for cleaning dishes. There are better all natural alternatives though. The peppermint flavored type leaves an awful after taste if used for mouthwash. It will take an hour for it to dissipate.
Ski the Rockies at REI on 09/09/2007

Neutral Reviews:

it doesn't ACTUALLY do everything.

I have a bottle of this in a little ditty bag I throw in my luggage or car or backpack when I don't know when I'll be back home. It's not the best soap in the world; it is natural and gentle and a good enough soap for a variety of purposes in a pinch.
M. Anderson at REI on 10/10/2007

No cap? Soap explosion.

Performance of the product is yet to be seen. Smells good with slight low note that might be hemp oil . . . according to bottle literature.
John at Campmor on 08/08/2013