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Dr. Woods, Shea Vision, Soothing Lavender Castile Soap, 32 fl oz (946 ml)

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4.3 out of 5 based on 241 reviews
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Woods vs. Bronner

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Posted by Reviewer2248797 From Iowa on Nov 23, 2009

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good comparison. no hemp oil in woods. more caustic and not as light.

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Decent but not as good as Bronners

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Posted by Reviewer2511279 From California on Aug 09, 2010

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I have Used Dr. Bronner's soap for years. I use the soap to make my own shampoo and facial wash. I tried Dr. Woods because it was cheaper. Well, you get what you pay for. When used in shampoo, the soap does not lather as well as Bronners and it feels drier. The soap does not spread easily throughout my hair. On the plus side, Woods soap has a wonderful lavender scent and it works fine when used to make facial wash. I will use what I have left for facial wash, and I will go back to Bronners for my shampoo.

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Seafood

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Posted by Reviewer2937166 From Nevada on Aug 03, 2011

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It might just be me, but the scent of this soap is reminiscent of boiled shrimp. I didn't smell any lavender at all. Thankfully, the smell doesn't linger on the skin, but it does linger in the air making for an unpleasant bathing experience. I was able to put up with the Tea Tree soap after a few uses, but I can't imagine using this one for too long. This soap is the last soap I'll ever buy from Dr. Woods.

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Dr Woods Soothing Lavender Castile Soap Pooh!!!

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Posted by Reviewer2621092 From Australia on Sep 22, 2010

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This stuff Stinks. Its not just me but everyone who uses it. It claims to be essential oils. I will add my own lavender I hope this helps. Everything I have ever ordered from I herb has been great. This was very disappointing. Get Dr Bronners its a little more expensive, but it smells great. Dr Woods POOH!!!!

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Absolutely disgusting artificial smell - definitely not true to label

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Posted by 4698964627832640968 on Jan 02, 2014

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The soap itself is fairly good, almost as good as Dr Bronner's. But the smell is HORRENDOUS!!!! It smells like chemical disinfectant with artificial 'lavender' fragrance. I am trained in aromatherapy, and there is no way the ingredients are true to label (the label says Lavender essential oil). I tried adding large quantities of my own essential oils but none succeeded in improving the smell! I literally could NOT WAIT for this bottle to be finished, and feel I must apologise to those who use it. AWFUL.

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