I saw the other guy's review, and I thought I'd add my 2 cents. I love Dr. Bronner's. I use it at home as well as the field when backpacking. They also offer bar soaps that don't leak in your pack, but I prefer the liquid. I'm also a mechanic. My hands get greasy. Nasty greasy. Dr. Bronner's Liquid Peppermint soap works the best of any product I've found, including stuff like GoJo that was made for removing automotive grease. The other 'natural' product that works well is Ivory liquid,… Full review
Organic, no nasty chemicals. Very concentrated, a small bottle lasts a long time. I have used this soap for a couple of two and three week hikes for body wash, shampoo, shaving, clothes and dishes/cookware. After trying the eucalyptus soap once as toothpaste with a less than tasty result I didn't bother trying this one. If used in a water bottle (I use my bottle for shaking pan cake batter and need to clean them) a very slight odor/taste can linger. After a few days I actually got to like it, though… Full review
First of all it is organic. No nasty chemicals added. Concentrated, a small bottle lasts a long time. I have used this as my only soap for up to five week hikes. Body wash, shampoo, shaving, clothes and dishes/cookware. Tried it once as toothpaste, after hearing a roumor it was possible, but cannot recommend it ;) It has a cooling effect that feels wonderful on sore and warm feet after a long days hike. The downside of using this scented soap for absolutely everything for weeks on end is that you… Full review
Dr. Bonner makes natural soaps and cleaning products.