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Dr. Bronner's Tea Tree Liquid Soap  

Tea Tree Liquid Soap

Clean both your hair and body using this multi-purpose, vegetable-based soap infused with the antibacterial power of tea tree.

By Dr. Bronner's

$3.60 $3.06 15% off

Country: United States

Dr. Bronner's Tea Tree Liquid Soap


7 customer reviews

Clean both your hair and body using this multi-purpose, vegetable-based soap infused with the antibacterial power of tea tree.

More about this product

The number one selling organic soap in North America (along with the bar soap) gently and efficiently cleanses skin and hair, leaving it revived, nurtured and soft. The USDA Certified Organic and Certified Fair Trade formula also doubles as a home and laundry cleaner. Rich, pampering lather is created from the classic 100% biodegradable blend of certified organic extra virgin coconut, olive, jojoba and hemp oils. It's free of synthetic foaming agents, thickeners and preservatives, and is three times stronger than most soap on the market. Packaged in a 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottle. Has a medicinal tea tree scent.


Average rating: 4.6 out of 5 hearts
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By Staci on December 30, 2012

Use with Dr. Bronner's Citrus Hair Rinse... 5

Using the liquid soap alone on hair does not leave it "...revived, nurtured and soft..." as described above. Using the liquid soap alone, meaning a dash as it's highly concentrated, causes the hair to feel squeaky and tangled and hard to brush. The softness comes after using the Citrus Conditioning Hair rinse since the lemon juice in the rinse breaks down the soap, closes the hair cuticles and makes the hair smooth.

By Cecilia on February 27, 2011

Great cleanser! 5

I use this as a face cleanser every morning and evening on my combination skin. I love it! It makes my face feel super clean. It very effectively removes make up at the end of the day.

By Christie on March 29, 2012

Good for body and hair, not sure about the rest 4

I find this a bit too strong to use on my delicate face, even though I know tea tree oil is a good astringent for oily skin. It kind of stings my eyes if I'm not careful. I do like it as a body wash, however, and I have actually used it on my hair from time to time - it's not my regular shampoo but I've used it in a pinch and it cleans and lathers up just fine. Haven't tried it on my clothes or to clean around the house - not sure I'd like that fragrance on my laundry, tho. Overall, it makes a great body wash, and has a few bonus uses too.

By Jessica on August 16, 2012

Handy household cleaner 4

I tried almost all scents of these soaps and found that the tea tree, peppermint, and lavender were the best. I use them to clean my bathroom it leaves everything squeaky clean without filling the place up with harsh chemical smells. Good cleanser!

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Directions for use

To use as a body wash, pour several drops onto your hands, washcloth or sponge. Then lather up, scrub down and rinse off. To wash your hair, apply several drops to wet hair and massage into your scalp. Rinse well and follow with the Citrus Conditioning Hair Rinse.
You can also dilute one-part soap into 40 parts water for light cleaning. Use it full strength for heavy-duty jobs. To clean your laundry use 1/4 cup to 1/3 cup for one regular load; adjust as needed depending on the hardness of your water. Adding a dash of baking soda makes it even better.


Water, Saponfied Organic Coconut Oil*, Saponified Organic Olive Oil*, Organic Glycerin, Organic Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, Organic Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Melaleuca Altenafolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Extract, Citric Acid, Tocopherol (* Certified Fair Trade by IMO)

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