Quite 'watery' in consistency, and smells more of castor oil (?) than peppermint. Ran out much quicker than similar size of Dr. Bronner's peppermint castile soap.
Appears to clean well, but continuous use for 3-4 days (brushing twice a day) led to sensitivity of my teeth & gums.
Felt like a residue remained after rinsing with a lot of water. Had an acne break-out after first-time use, so I've stopped using it.
Appeared to have led to a plunge in my blood pressure, after 3 days of taking only 2 capsules a day (instead of taking 4 capsules a day that is stated as recommended daily dosage).
Like that these seeds are a healthier option, as they are roasted, and not salted. Crunchy goodness.
Quite thick consistency, so the bottle has lasted. Nice scent, cleans well.
'Cleaner' peppermint fragrance than Dr. Wood's peppermint castile soap, and also a thicker consistency. Dr. Bronner's peppermint castile soap is still the best value, in my experience.
Pleasant fragrance, medium consistency. Does not run out quickly.
The castile soap repeatedly got 'stuck' in solid form at the opening of the cap. Lathers well, smells nice.
I am not able to use usual glucosamine supplements, due to crustacean allergies. This is thus useful for me.
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