Soap for Survival?

Recently I saw a recommendation that intrigued me. It was for Dr. Bronner’s concentrated soap for the survival kit and camping supplies. Dr. Bronner’s is a well known name and people have used his soaps for decades.

What makes Dr. Bronner’s soaps so special? They have multiple uses, such as washing hair, brushing your teeth, and washing clothes, dishes and countertops. That means you can use Dr. Bronner’s instead of several other products containing harsh chemicals. It’s the only thing you’ll need for soap in your survival and camping supplies. And, of course, it is indeed important to pack soap among your supplies.

Dr. Bronner’s gets high marks from reviewers. Plus, you’ll be glad to know that all oils and essential oils are certified organic to the National Organic Standards Program. It’s great in hard water, too, and won’t leave film on your skin. Dr. Bronner’s is packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, making it attractive to campers and hikers who are concerned about the environment.

The peppermint soap has a reputation for being quite strong and can irritate certain body parts, but it has been toned down some from what I gather. If it’s still too strong, it can be diluted. There are several other varieties, too, such as lavender, lemon and almond.

Try the peppermint soap and see how you like it. Click on its name–Dr. Bronners Peppermint 32oz. Castile Soap (2 Pack)–to be taken to the page where it’s featured. Add it to your cart to start the order process. Order other soaps from Dr. Bronner’s as well while you’re at it. Experiment and see how you like them. Let me and my readers know how you like them, especially if you already use Dr. Bronner’s.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.