This May, explore the outdoors and save space in your bag with top-selling natural brand, Dr. Bronner’s. The organic and family-owned brand makes staying clean and ecological easy with their range of multi-use soaps, hand hygiene sprays, and more. Irish hiking trails have received the highest ratings in Europe according to savingenergy.com, with Fáitle Ireland reporting over 2,392,000 overseas visitors traveling to Ireland to explore our trails in 2019. Whether you’re exploring the Wicklow Way or trekking Carrauntoohil this summer, Dr. Bronner’s has the perfect products to keep fresh as you brave the outdoors.
Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 Pure-Castile Soap is available as both a concentrated liquid formula and a bar soap made with simple ingredients that are non-toxic, highly-effective, and safe for families, pets, and the Earth. “Throughout our history, travelers, backpackers, and other outdoor enthusiasts have been known to take Dr. Bronner’s multi-use soap on adventures and long hikes outdoors because of its safe, effective, and biodegradable plant-based ingredients, and because of their versatility,” said Michael Bronner, President of Dr. Bronner’s and grandson of founder Emanuel Bronner. “A little of our concentrated liquid soap goes a long way, so you can lighten your load wherever you go.”
Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 Pure-Castile Liquid Soap (236ml - RRP €10.95) and Dr. Bronner’s All-One Bar Soap (RRP €6.95) Not only are Dr. Bronner’s soaps made with fair trade certified and organic certified oils, they are also widely known as one of the most versatile soaps available. Dr. Bronner’s soaps may be used for cleaning in a variety of ways while hiking, camping, and during a variety of outdoor adventures, including: • Personal hygiene: use for showers and washing hands. • Cooling off on a hot day: Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint-scented soap on a damp cloth or scarf is an excellent way to cool off after an intense activity. • Washing dishes after a meal around a campfire or in a cottage or cabin. • Hand washing clothes, muddy boots, or water shoes. • Cleaning sporting equipment. • Washing and rinsing fruits, vegetables, or any wild edibles that have been safely identified. “Our outstanding reputation in the United States as an ‘adventure soap’ is so well-established that the U.S. National Park Service mentions Dr. Bronner’s as the only brand of soap recommended on a packing list for those who are planning to explore the Grand Canyon National Park, one of the most significant natural wonders in North America,” Bronner continued.
Clean Quickly with Dr. Bronner’s Organic Hand Hygiene Spray (RRP €6.95) When soap and water aren’t available, Dr. Bronner’s Organic Hand Hygiene Spray, may be used to clean and freshen hands, bags, inside of shoes, and clothing after long wear. The simple, four ingredient formula is perfect to effectively wipe down surfaces in public bathrooms, buses, trains, and planes. Available in cooling Peppermint and fresh Lavender scents using organic essential oils.
Moisturise Lips and Body with Dr. Bronner’s Organic Lip Balms (RRP €4.95) and Dr. Bronner’s Organic Magic Balms (€14.50) Dr. Bronner’s Organic Magic Balm and Dr. Bronner’s Organic Lip Balm, made with organic oils and sustainably-sourced beeswax, provide instant soothing relief and protection from wind, harsh elements, clothing, or sporting equipment that has left skin feeling raw. Available in five formulas including Peppermint, Lemon-Lime, Cherry Blossom, Orange-Ginger, as well as unflavoured Baby-Mild. The Dr. Bronner’s range is stocked in health stores and selected pharmacies nationwide and can also be purchased online at www.drbronner.ie.
For additional tips on hygiene while camping, please visit Dr. Bronner’s All-One Blog: www.drbronner.com/all-one-blog/2020/07/7-essential-hygiene-tips-clean-camping/ To learn more about the 18-in-1 uses of Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap and how to dilute, please visit www.drbronner.com/all-one-blog/2017/06/dilutions-cheat-sheet-dr-bronners-pure-castile-soap/ For further Dr Bronner updates visit their Instagram @drbronnerireland
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