Dr Bronner Hand Soap
As one of the best vegan soaps available on the market, Dr Bronner’s soap is the perfect option for gentle hand washing. Using traditional methods of soapmaking, Dr Bronner’s soap leads the charge in the fight against animal testing. Browse OnBuy’s range of Dr Bronner’s soap for hands as clean as your conscience.
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Soaps have been used for hundreds of years. Alongside creating fire and cooking food, turning oils and fats into soap is one of the oldest and simplest chemical reactions known to humankind. It’s believed that the first soaps were accidentally made by fat dripping into the ashes of cooking fires but thankfully they have come a long way since then. Introducing Dr Bronner’s soap - a delightfully luxurious and 100% cruelty-free liquid soap.
Why Choose Dr Bronner’s Soap?
Dr Bronner’s soaps have always been vegan and cruelty-free. None of their products are tested on animals and they use as many organic, vegan ingredients as possible. They are even certified by the Vegan Society so you know you’re getting the absolute best products for your money. If that’s not enough of a reason, read on - there are plenty of reasons why you should pick up a bottle of Dr Bronner’s.
Your bottle of Dr Bronner’s liquid soap is about three times more concentrated than most other liquid soaps, which means you get more soap per bottle, need to use less product each time, and contribute to less waste in the form of packaging materials. It’s a win-win!
You know you can count on Dr Bronner’s to be honest about their ingredients and processes. No matter what the product is, they are 100% transparent about what they put into your products. Whether you’re opting for a cooling peppermint fragrance, soothing lavender or uplifting citrus, you can rest assured that every time you’re using it, you’re doing good for yourself, your family and the planet. The formula of these liquid soaps is gentle and perfect to use for big hands, little hands and even little paws!
In its simplest explanation, soap is made by saponifying a fat or oil with an alkali. The saponification process is a simple one-step reaction that generates no waste: the glycerin is split off from the fatty acids, and the fatty acids combine with the sodium or potassium to form soap, while the hydroxide forms water. The result is soap, glycerin and water. Most soap companies extract the glycerin byproduct and sell it however because it is so moisturising for your skin, Dr Bronner’s keep it in! So not only are you getting a simple, gentle product, you are also getting the added benefit of moisturising glycerin which most soaps do not have.