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Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox (2006)

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox
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Dr. Bronner Dr. Bronner
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5 years, 11 months ago at Nov 4 20:16
I am going to sit here and say that I LOVE Dr. Bronner's multi-purpose, under one God, magic soap. I use it for everything. It's awesome.

What is funny is when I first started using it me and my friends had this joke about it because on the label there is the smallest print ever rambling about this crazy stuff about religion, self coming, and togetherness. We thought it was hilarious... read more
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Description: Dr. Emanuel Bronner was a master soapmaker, self-proclaimed rabbi, and, allegedly, Albert Einstein’s nephew. In 1947, after escaping from a mental institution, he invented the formula for “Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap,” a peppermint-infused, all-natural, multi-purpose liquid that can be found today in every American health food store. On each bottle of his soap, he printed an ever-evolving set of teachings he called “The Moral ABC,” designed, in his words, “TO UNITE ALL MANKIND FREE!” A human story about a socially responsible company, “Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soapbox” documents the complicated family legacy ... (more)
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