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Dr. Squatch Natural Soaps

The Good
  • All Natural: Being handmade soap, the glycerin is retained in the bar, and they use non GMO coconut, hemp, soy, and olive oils to help keep your skin moisturized and soft
  • Cold Processed: Cold process soap has no need to add harsh chemicals or preservatives. That means it’s safer for your skin and the environment
  • Scent: All of the soaps have great scents. the moment you open the shipping box you get hit with it. Don’t get me wrong it’s not overwhelming, but it is very present
  • Lather: Being natural soaps loaded with glycerin these soaps have plenty of lather-ability
The Bad
  • Size: All of their soaps are square blocks, not the standard rectangle shape so they won’t fit in a standard carrier if your taking them on a trip
  • Cost: I won’t lie, their soap isn’t cheap. It costs about $7 a bar. but if you get on their subscription plan it gives you a price break
  • Durability: For the average person that showers everyday a bar will last about 2 weeks
Dr. Squatch Natural Bar Soap Review

The Good
  • Smells fantastic
  • Lathers easily
  • Effectively cleanses the skin
  • Makes a great gift
  • Perfect for short travels
The Bad
  • Barely lasts after 4 uses
  • Expensive to continue use
Dr Squatch Soap Co Review

The Good
  • All natural products free of harsh chemicals, preservatives, and skin irritants
  • Range of soaps with unique scents, can be used by all skin types
  • Squatch Quiz helps customers decide which soap types/scents are best for them
  • Dr. Squatch offers a Sudisfaction (Satisfaction) Guarantee on all products
  • Free shipping for soap and hair care subscribers in the US, 15% discount for all subscribers site wide
  • Soaps and hair care products enjoyed by both men and women
The Bad
  • Pricier than average products
  • Limited selection of beard oil, cologne, and candles

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