Dr. Bronner's version:
- Always dilute for Shave-Shampoo-Massage-Dental Soap-Bath!
- Peppermint is nature's own unsurpassed fragrant Deodorant!
- A drop is best Mint Toothpaste; brushes Dentures Clean!
- A dash in water is the ideal Breath Freshener & Mouth Wash!
- Peppermint Oil Soap for Dispensers, Uniforms, Baby, Beach!
- Dilute for ideal After Shave, Body Rub, Foot Bath, Douche.
- Hot Towel-Massage the entire body, always towards your heart.
- Pets, silk, wool & body tingles head to toe - keeps cool!
- 3 dashes in water rinse most Sprays Off fruit & vegetables!
- 1/4 oz in qt H2O is Pest Spray! Dash, no rash Diaper-Soap!
And a ton of those uses are great, but I have my own notes and observations on a lot of these uses.
- I've used this as a shaving soap, and it as well as any other soap.
- Not sure if I should be rubbing it on my pits or what, but I've found that the peppermint is fragrant but not overpowering.
- I've tried a drop of peppermint soap on my toothbrush, and its incredibly soapy. It'll do in a pinch, but its like having a bar of soap in your mouth.
- I would use their soap for all these uses, but on a baby I would make sure to dilute more than usual for their delicate skin.
- Douching is all around wrong. Don't do it.
- Intend to try this out as a massage.
- Would make sure that the essential oil in the soap won't affect the pets, however, I'd try the baby version to be on the safe side.
- Make sure to rinse very well.
- Soap and water in a spray bottle: great spray for pants. Damn the aphids!
I suppose that, compared to chemical based cleaners, Dr. Bronner's won't work as well, but I don't want to need to wear rubber gloves to clean my bath tub, and I don't want to need to keep the window open to keep from breathing in fumes.