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32-Oz Dr. Bronner's Pure Castile Soap (Various Scents) EXPIRED

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Walgreens has 32-Oz Dr. Bronner's Pure Castile Soap (Various Scents) on sale at 3 for $26.38 when you add a Quantity of 3 and apply promo code SUMMER20 in cart. Select free store pickup where available.

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  4. Apply promo code SUMMER20 in cart.
  5. The price will be 3 for $26.38 + Free Store Pickup
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Walgreens [walgreens.com] has 32oz Dr. Bronner's Pure Castile Soap (Various) 3 for $26.38 when you add quantity 3 to cart and apply coupon code SUMMER20. Select free ship to store or store pickup if stock is available.

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  • $49.47 - $16.47 (1 item FREE) - $6.60 w/ SUMMER20 = $26.38

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For anyone on the fence, as a chemist...

This stuff works as a soap, but any sort of perceived premium/benefit/superiority over any other soap is pretty much fiction. The fact that it's derived from olive oil means nothing. The final product does not bear any resemblance to and has no health benefits associated with olive oil.

All homemade / small bath / artisan soaps are made from saponified vegetable oils, like Dr. Bronner's. This is how soap was made in the good ol' days, as oil + sodium hydroxide.

Why are mainstream, commercial soaps different? Old school soap is fairly harsh and doesn't lather all that well. Soaps now contain, in addition to the soap, lathering agents, moisturizers, and other ingredients that enhance performance.

Soap, toothpaste, laundry detergent are all complex products that have been carefully optimized over time. This whole nostalgic reversal back to old-school formulations should be treated with healthy skepticism.
Thanks OP. Works in multiples of 3 so purchased 9. This works great as a foam hand soap. 1 part Bronner's Soap, 4 parts water into a foam hand soap dispenser.
I love Castile soap but using it in your hair will make it very brittle and strip it of its oils. Even Dr. Bronner's recommends using a different product of theirs for your hair.

See link https://www.drbronner.com/all-one...-bronners/

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Castille Soap?
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Thanks OP. Works in multiples of 3 so purchased 9. This works great as a foam hand soap. 1 part Bronner's Soap, 4 parts water into a foam hand soap dispenser.
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What is so special about these soap? Why are they that much?
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Castille Soap?
Yes.

"This incredibly versatile soap is vegetable-based, and made free of any animal fats and synthetic ingredients. It was first made in the Mediterranean before spreading throughout Europe, where it got the name Castile from the region of Spain.

Castile soap was traditionally made with olive oil, but today can be made with coconut, almond, walnut, castor, or hemp oils (like this best-selling soap from Dr. Bronner's). These oils give the soap its luxurious lathering and moisturizing properties.

In addition to these oils, castile soaps contain lye. When mixed with oil, lye creates soap molecules that, when mixed with water, create charged atoms that capture dirt."

More information and commentary at the site below:

https://www.verywellhealth.com/ca...ks-5089193
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This soap is the best to use for your body and hair instead of buying separate individual types of soap, which most people have been brainwashed into thinking you should only wash your hair with shampoo and that your body is for bar soap or body wash. Nonsense! Just another scheme into opening up our wallets. In fact, using shampoo and a bar or soap damages your skin no matter how expensive the brand is, if you buy it from the store it will have chemicals that will harm the skin. Look at the ingredients and among the list you'll find detergent which is used for heavy industrial applications. This is why when you get outta the shower most people (unless you live in place with high humidity) need to apply lotion and conditioner after using the products unless you want your skin to start cracking from being so dry and enjoy having it feel like it's Christmas every time you go to scratch your head, hopefully you're not in front of coworkers wearing a black shirt while doing this either. Use this product, no more need for lotion and conditioner or shampoo and bar soap/body wash.
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Quote from travelking1 :
Castille Soap?
No. Castile soap is only made with olive oil.
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Yes.

"This incredibly versatile soap is vegetable-based, and made free of any animal fats and synthetic ingredients. It was first made in the Mediterranean before spreading throughout Europe, where it got the name Castile from the region of Spain.

Castile soap was traditionally made with olive oil, but today can be made with coconut, almond, walnut, castor, or hemp oils (like this best-selling soap from Dr. Bronner's). These oils give the soap its luxurious lathering and moisturizing properties.

In addition to these oils, castile soaps contain lye. When mixed with oil, lye creates soap molecules that, when mixed with water, create charged atoms that capture dirt."

More information and commentary at the site below:

https://www.verywellhealth.com/ca...ks-5089193
Lye? Isn't lye dangerous?
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This soap is the best to use for your body and hair instead of buying separate individual types of soap, which most people have been brainwashed into thinking you should only wash your hair with shampoo and that your body is for bar soap or body wash. Nonsense! Just another scheme into opening up our wallets. In fact, using shampoo and a bar or soap damages your skin no matter how expensive the brand is, if you buy it from the store it will have chemicals that will harm the skin. Look at the ingredients and among the list you'll find detergent which is used for heavy industrial applications. This is why when you get outta the shower most people (unless you live in place with high humidity) need to apply lotion and conditioner after using the products unless you want your skin to start cracking from being so dry and enjoy having it feel like it's Christmas every time you go to scratch your head, hopefully you're not in front of coworkers wearing a black shirt while doing this either. Use this product, no more need for lotion and conditioner or shampoo and bar soap/body wash.
I love Castile soap but using it in your hair will make it very brittle and strip it of its oils. Even Dr. Bronner's recommends using a different product of theirs for your hair.

See link https://www.drbronner.com/all-one...-bronners/
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Best stuff for dishes. Been using it for years. 5 parts water, 1 part soap. And for an 8 ounce bottle we put in 5 drops tea tree oil.
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Lye? Isn't lye dangerous?
If not handled properly in accordance with safety standards, yes if the lye is in a raw form. Soap is far different from raw lye though.

The same can be said for sodium and chlorine, both are dangerous in large quantities as pure raw materials but when mixed properly as table salt it's as safe as other household ingredients and, in this case, soaps.

More discussion can be found by researching soap chemistry, for example:

https://botaniesoap.com/blog/2019...anic-soap/
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Dilute, Dilute, Dilute!

IYKYK.
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2 for 10 at Costco at regular price.
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