Almond Magic Skin Recovery
Dr. Bronner’s Almond Magic Skin Recovery Summer skin is made in the winter…
January 26, 2015
We are all guilty of spending a little too much time hugging our radiators during the winter months. Sheltering from the harsh winter and giving in to the lure of central heating can have a hugely damaging effect on our skin. Now is the time to prepare skin for the warmer weather and combat that dull, dry and dehydrated feeling we are all too familiar with.
Dr. Bronner’s Almond Pure-Castile Liquid Soap is a gentle, soothing solution to post-winter skin woes. The magically moisturising properties of the Almond have long been recognised in skin therapy – it was even used more than 5,000 years ago in Ayurvedic treatments! Loaded with vitamins and minerals, Almonds have the ability to moisturise, hydrate and revitalise tired winter skin.
A nourishing blend of only the finest organic essential oils, Dr. Bronner’s Almond Pure-Castile Liquid Soap not only helps to gently cleanse the skin but leaves it silky smooth too.
With 18-in-1 different uses, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps are the ultimate skin therapy package. This multi-tasking soap can be used as a body wash, face wash, shampoo, bath soak, deodorant and even a tooth paste – bringing you all the benefits of the miraculous almond in one product!
You are not only helping your body by purchasing Dr. Bronner’s. If you buy a larger value sized liquid soap (473ml and 946ml), Dr. Bronner’s will donate 20p for every bottle sold in the UK to support Compassion in World Farming (Compassion), the world’s leading farm animal welfare charity.
59ml RRP £1.99 / 237ml RRP £5.99 / 473ml RRP £8.99 / 946ml RRP £13.99
Available at www.drbronner.co.uk, Selfridges, feelunique.com and from leading health stores. To find your nearest stockist please phone 0845 072 5825
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The Dr. Bronner’s Story
Dr. Emanuel Bronner, a third-generation master soap-maker, was born in 1908 to the German-Jewish Heilbronner family. In 1929, Bronner, then aged 21, immigrated to the US working as a consultant soap manufacturer. But following the death of his family in the Holocaust, he embarked on a mission to spread this message of world peace and the dangers of communism and fascism by giving public lectures on these subjects. His strong views landed him in a mental asylum in Chicago but Bronner escaped eight months later in 1948 and continued giving lectures in California. He also began making peppermint liquid soap under the ‘Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps’ brand. He gave away soap during his talks and when he realized people were taking it without listening to him speak, he started writing his philosophy on the bottle in tiny script. These eccentric labels, featuring musings on everything from Hillel to Confucious, are still used today. In the early years the soap enjoyed a small but loyal following. With the emergence of 1960’s counterculture, sales rocketed on word of mouth and the quality, as Dr. Bronner’s does not advertise. The soaps spread into health food stores across the US, and in recent years into mainstream shops.
Having always used natural ingredients, Dr. Bronner’s became officially certified organic by the US Department of Agriculture in 2003, branching into other organic personal care products in 2005.