Our mom picked up this soap from a store, and I decided to do my soap test on it. If you don’t know what that is, here’s two links to articles about is: Soap Test, Canus Goat’s Milk Soap Review. I’ll also briefly explain it in this article. The soap test is where I (or Dink) get a bunch of suds on my hands and try to blow bubbles with them. If I can’t get a big bubble, the soap (to me and Dink) isn’t good. If I can get a big bubble, it’s good! Of course, this doesn’t really have anything to do with the quality of the soap.
Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap is a natural soap and is very popular in all natural health stores. Dr. Bronner’s also makes shampoo and other products such as liquid soap. This soap suds up well and smells good (the scent is lavender), but I think I’d prefer a regular unscented soap. Niles also doesn’t like the way it smells. Then again, our parents do like the way it smells…
As for how it did on the soap test, it was pretty good. It’s a little hard to get the right consistency, but when you get it right, it’s really good. It blows nice bubbles. On a scale from one to ten, Dink and I would rate it a nine.