|Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap - Pure Castile Soap with Target's Up & Up Soap Case|
|Retails for $4.69 at Target.|
|Made with pure organic ingredients.|
|Front of Soap|
|Back of Soap|
|Before using the Dr. Bronner Castile Soap|
|After! So easy to use and definitely cleaned up my beauty blender great.|
I was on Pinterest a few weeks ago and was searching for ideas to clean my apartment. I stumbled upon a picture of this soap that claimed it was a dupe for the Beauty Blender Solid Cleanser. For under $5, I knew I wanted to try it. After reading reviews online and watching YouTube videos, I was convinced and went right over to Target to try and find it. I found it in the beauty aisle where they keep all their organic products. As soon as I smelled the soap, I knew I had to get it. It smells just like the Beauty Blender Cleanser.
One thing I love about it is that it is made with all organic ingredients that is certified fair trade. It literally is a 'good soap'.
When I got home, I quickly took pictures for my blog and tried it out. I took all of my dirty Beauty Blenders, Real Technique Sponges, and all of my dirty brushes. This worked great! I couldn't believe how easy it was to use. I do recommend getting a soap case just to keep it sanitary and easy to store.
I do think it is comparable to the Beauty Blender Solid Cleanser, if not better. The Beauty Blender Cleanser comes in 1oz. while the Dr. Bronner Magic Soap comes with 5 oz. of product. This is a no brainer. The Dr. Bronner soap works as effectively as the Solid Cleanser, less expensive, and comes with more product. Choosing this over the beauty blender solid cleanser is definitely a no brainer. Try it out! I'm sure you'll love it.
Don't get me wrong, I really do like the Beauty Blender Solid Cleanser but it really is too expensive for me and my budget to keep repurchasing it every two-three months. Read my original review on the cleanser [here]