Go Glamorously Green in Organic Month with Dr. Bronner’s
September is Organic Month, so why not go glamorously green with Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Soaps? Organic Month is all about encouraging people to discover organic, so with that in mind now is a great opportunity to pamper yourself with a bit of eco chic and try the natural, organic soaps and maybe give them to someone who has never tried organic before.
Dr. Bronner’s is proud of its eco standards, always having used totally natural ingredients in their products, taking sustainability and the labels ‘organic’ and ‘natural’ very seriously. The Magic Soaps became officially certified organic by the US Department of Agriculture in 2003, and each year the company gives away a large portion of profits (between 30% to 70%) to charities.
Amazingly there are 18 uses in 1 bottle: you can wash your face, hands and body; clean your fruit and veg; scrub your bathroom, kitchen or clothes; and even give your pets the once over – all safe in the knowledge that these organic products are protecting our planet. The soaps are most popular for at-home washing, but are also the soap of choice for many campers and hikers. They contain no synthetic foaming agents, thickeners, preservatives, fragrances, dyes or whiteners and use 100% post consumer recycled (PCR) cylinder bottles and paper labels. Completely biodegradable, the soaps are made with certified Fair Trade and organic ingredients sourced from India, Ghana, Palestine, Israel, and Sri Lanka.
Dr. Bronner’s can boast some glamorous celebs as being fans of their range, with Gwyneth Paltrow, Sandra Bullock and Drew Barrymore amongst those who are all advocates of using the organic products. Surely that must be proof that going green can be glamorous!
You can use Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Soaps with a clean conscience, knowing that they are organic, natural and ethical! The bottles of Magic Soaps, delicately scented with different essential oils, can be purchased from Asos, Waitrose, American Apparel, Fresh & Wild, Planet Organic, Whole Foods and Cult Beauty.co.uk