So why do we need a soap, a cleaner? Maybe you don't. If you lounge on the couch all day, watching UNC EX travel shows or Youtube out on Elton John concerts or follow Anthony Bourdain to Croatia, Brazil, and New Orleans (I've done this a few times), you can even skip a shower or just stand and let good ole water do its thing. What's to clean? Water will work if you've got a light dusting. But, on most days, In our family, we get dirty. Some of us get very dirty.
Many people thrive on dirty work and dirty play--outdoor jobs and careers that take us up close and personal with dirt, grease, grime, sweat, and the elements. And our out of the doors pursuits like fishing, golfing, hiking, gardening, dirt bike racing are fun. In fact, many of us LOVE dirt. It's the result, the evidence of our moving, our living, and our passions. And at the end of the day, or maybe the next day even, we clean up so we can go out and do it all again.
Warhorse makes true glycerin soap. It's a pretty old process, been around for thousands of years. Here's a few sources if you want to know the historical journey of soap: Dr Bronner gives a good overview of soap making (I love Bronner's tenacity for transparency and fair trade), and The US Cleaning Institute really gets into the history of soaps and the rise of detergents.
Warhorse makes cleansers using this ancient saponification method. ! Do your own research on our ingredient list and you'll discover all the skin loving good stuff that's in the bottle.
Skin is a protective organ and what you put on it can help it do what it needs to do, or interfere. Cleansers that use minimally processed ingredients might simplify your cleansing and "beauty" regime, doing more with less. Works for head to toe cleaning. And as I have discovered, sometimes a day without exerting any sweat might just require some cleansing water.