How is Dr. Squatch soap different from commercial soaps?

Updated 1 month ago by Dr. Squatch

Many brand-name "soaps" aren't soaps at all. If you start looking at the ingredients, you'll realize they're much more similar to detergents that you use to wash your laundry or dishes! During the soap-making process, a byproduct is created called glycerin. Large companies, for the sake of mass-production and cost efficiency, will replace glycerin with chemicals. Glycerin is worth more than all those chemicals combined, providing sought-after soothing and moisturizing properties that you're looking for in your soap! 

Here at Dr. Squatch, we make soap the old-fashioned way. By cold-processing our soap, the glycerin forms naturally in our bars from plant-derived oils! This means you're getting a quality product that will help nourish and protect your skin. So go forth, be a man, get dirty - we've got you covered!


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