are listed alphabetically, not in accordance to their quality.
Products are rated on a star scale from 1-10. 1 being the worst
and 10 being the best.
* Scents are an objective thing, so rather
than judging the products by our own taste we are just saying what
the scent is and whether the product leaves a scent behind.
Dr. Bronner's has many different scents to choose from. You have
the option of diluting the soap or applying it at full strength.
does leave a very noticeable scented residue behind that you can
feel on your hands and dreads. While the residue left behind is
not as bad as bar soap residue, it doesn't have the advantages of
a residue free shampoo.
Ease of use:
a liquid shampoo, so that makes is easier to apply in the places
you need it. It also has a cap top which makes it easy to open with
one hand. The main problem this shampoo has is that the scent is
so strong you pretty much so have to dilute it before you can use
Dr Bronner's has many different scented shampoos, each one needs
to be diluted before use. My big problem with this shampoo is the
scent. It's so strong that if you use it in an enclosed room or
shower and don't dilute it first, you feel like it's going to knock
per ounce: 16 oz bottle $.83 per oz.