The Guilt Free Sugar Fix!

November 1, 2013

Going cold turkey on sugar after months of indulging in Christmas treats isn’t easy… One small whiff of chocolate and you’re ready to succumb to its delights… Don’t do it! Stay strong to your goals and instead, embrace the benefits of Dr. Bronner’s 18-in1 liquid almond soap which is so natural you could even drink it (we wouldn’t recommend it, but it has been FDA approved!)

Just one squeeze gives you the sugar fix you need but without the calories! The magic of Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 liquid soap is that it can be used to wash your face and body, to brush your teeth, scrub your bathroom floors, wash your clothes and even diluted and used on minor cuts and grazes!

The soaps contain no synthetic foaming agents, thickeners, preservatives, fragrances, dyes or whiteners and use 100% post consumer recycled (PCR) cylinder bottles and paper labels. Completely biodegradable, the soaps are made with certified Fair Trade and organic ingredients sourced from India, Ghana, Palestine, Israel, and Sri Lanka. Each and every one of Dr. Bronner’s products is USDA and Fair Trade certified, with large portions of profits (between 30% to 70%) donated to charities each year.

Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 Almond Pure-Castile Soap

59ml RRP £1.99 / 236ml RRP £5.49

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For further information please contact:

Lucy at The Spa PR Company

T. 020 7100 7018


Notes to editors:

Dr. Emanuel Bronner was a third generational soap maker who spent his life renouncing hate and war on a personal mission to unite mankind. His strong views and lectures landed him in a mental asylum in Chicago, but eight months later in 1948, Bronner escaped and continued with his message in California. During this time, he also began making peppermint liquid soap under the ‘Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps’ brand. He gave away soap during his talks but soon realized people were taking it without listening to him speak. As a result, he started writing his philosophy on the bottle in tiny script, which is still used on Bronner’s packaging today.