Dr. bronner Pure-Castile Liquid Soap Citrus 473 ml

100% Økologisk, faritrade og vegansk sertifisert såpe som kan brukes til alt. Kropp, fjes, hår, oppvask, gulv, støvtørking, husdyr, klesvask, "tannkrem" og mye mer...

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En forfriskende, glad og god blanding av appelsin, sitron og lime. Pure-Castile Liquid Soap er svært konsentrert, nedbrytbar, effektiv og har mange bruksområder. Du trenger bare noen få dråper såpe. Dr.Bronner`s såper er laget av økologiske- og fairtradesertifiserte ingredienser og flaskene er laget av 100% resirkulert materiale. 

Flasken inneholder 473 ml.

Ingredienser: Water, Organic Coconut Oil*, Potassium Hydroxide**, Organic Palm Kernel Oil*, Organic Olive Oil*, Organic Orange Oil, Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Lemon Oil, Organic Lime Oil, Citric Acid, Tocopherol
*CERTIFIED FAIR TRADE INGREDIENTS
**None remains after saponifying oils into soap & glycerin.

Her kan du lese mer om hva Dr.Bronner jobber med og for. 

 

Independent third-party certification ensures our products meet the highest standards for ecological and social sustainability.

USDA Organic

Dr. Bronner’s products are certified organic to USDA National Organic Program (NOP) standards, the same standards consumers trust to certify their organic food. Products with more than 95% organic ingredients carry the USDA label on the front, while our castile soaps (over 90% organic) carry the “Made with Organic Oils” statement.
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Oregon Tilth Certified Organic

Organic certifier Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit that promotes biologically sound & socially equitable agriculture.
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Fair for Life

Our main ingredients are certified fair trade under the Fair for Life Certification Programme which verify that ethical working conditions and fair prices are provided along our entire supply chain. Dr. Bronner’s was the first company to establish certified fair trade supply chains for coconut oil and palm oil.

NSF: Personal Care Products Containing Organic Ingredients

Dr. Bronner’s All-One Toothpaste is certified to NSF/ANSI 305 standards, meaning it contains at least 70 percent certified organic ingredients but does not meet the NOP food-focused requirements due to processes and methods used in body care production.
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Leaping Bunny

Dr. Bronner’s products and ingredients are never tested on animals so qualify for the Leaping Bunny logo through the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics’ (CCIC) Leaping Bunny Program.
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Vegan Action

Vegan Action certifies that our vegan products do not contain any animal products or byproducts, and that no animal products are used in the manufacturing process. Only a few of our products are not vegan: our Lip Balms and Body Balms contain beeswax, and our Facial Toners (sold in Japan and Korea) contain honey.
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B Corp

Certified B Corps™ are for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.
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Non-GMO Project

Dr. Bronner’s products do not contain any genetically modified ingredients/organisms (GMOs). Non-GMO verification ensures that our products and ingredients are free from GMO engineering or contamination.
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OK Kosher

Dr. Bronner’s Virgin Coconut Oil is certified kosher. Final products, along with our manufacturing processes, comply with a strict policy based on kosher food laws, including cleanliness, purity, and quality.
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Dette skriver Dr. Bronner selv om bruksområdene til såpen:

"Dilute! Dilute! OK!* But how much? Here is a quick reference. None of this is a hard and fast rule. If your stuff is really dirty or your water is really hard, then you may want to use more than the recommended amount. However, this should get you started. You’ll notice that for some applications, I recommend pre-diluting the soap – combining the soap with water in a container. For other applications, the soap is diluted by the water present in the situation. It’s a matter of personal preference. Keep in mind that if you predilute, you are also diluting the preservative (tocopherols – vitamin E), so the shelf life drops. Use within a couple weeks. And yes, there are 18 uses here.

Body Uses:

Face:  2-3 drops on wet hands, applied to wet face

Body:  one small squirt on a wet washcloth, applied to a wet body.

Hair:  ½ Tbsp. in your hand, worked into wet hair, or dilute ½ Tbsp. in ½ a cup of water and work that into wet hair.

Bath:  Completely depends upon water amount, but roughly 2 Tbsp. soap in an average sized tub. (Doesn’t bubble, but still cleans)

Shaving:  Face – 10 drops; Underarms – 3 drops; Legs – ½ tsp; Work to a lather in wet hands and then apply to area.

Teeth:  1 drop on a toothbrush. (Yes, it tastes like soap.)

Foot Bath:  1½ tsp. in a small tub of hot water.

Clearing Congestion:  1 Tbsp. in a bowl of steamy hot water. Breathe in mist with a towel draped over the head.

Household uses:

Dishes (handwashing):  Pre-dilute 1:10 with water. Squirt on a scrub brush and scrub dishes.

Laundry:  1/3—1/2 c. of soap for a large load in a normal washer. Add ½ c. vinegar to the rinse cycle. Use half of these amounts for HE

Mopping:  ½ c. of soap in 3 gallons of hot water

All-purpose cleaning:  ¼ c. soap in a quart of water in a spray bottle. Add ¼ tsp. tea tree essential oil if desired.

Windows:  1 Tbsp. soap in a quart of water in a spray bottle. Follow up with pure club soda, or half vinegar/ half water.

Toilet:  Predilute 1:4 with water in a squirt bottle. Add ¼ tsp. tea tree oil. Empty toilet, squirt bowl thoroughly, sprinkle baking soda on the brush, scrub bowl, let sit 10 minutes, turn water on, flush.

Other Uses:

Fruit and Veggie Rinse:  1 dash (approx.. ¼ tsp.) in a bowl of water. Dunk produce and swish. Then rinse in clear water.

Dog washing:  Amount varies widely depending on size, hair type and length, and overall dirtiness. I wet my dog thoroughly, then start to work in castile soap up and down their body until I have a good lather. Really massage it in down to the skin. Your dog will thank you for it.

Plant spray for bugs:  1 Tbsp. in a quart of water. Add ½ tsp. cayenne pepper or cinnamon, if desired.

Ant spray (not on plants):  ¼ c. tea tree soap in a quart of water. (This concentration will burn plants.)"