Kirk's Original Coco Castile Bar Soap, 4 oz, 3 count

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Kirk's Original Coco Castile Bar Soap:
  • Natural, hypoallergenic skin care with no animal by-products or synthetic detergents
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Since 1839, Kirk's Original Coco Castile Soap has given the consumer a high-quality, all-natural soap at an affordable price. "Castile" originally referred to the highly-prized vegetable based soap produced in Castile, Spain. For centuries this soap was considered "the soap of royalty" because of its luxurious lather and gentleness to the skin. Today, "Castile" refers to any vegetable-based soap. Since 1839, Kirk's master soap makers have formulated this hypoallergenic skin care bar with all-natural coconut oil. Unlike other national brands, Kirk's Original Coco Castile contains no animal by-products that can irritate sensitive skin. No synthetic detergents, like sodium lauryl sulfate, either. Kirk's makes handfuls of rich creamy lather even in the hardest water. Yet, it rinses with thrilling ease and no drying residue. Skin is left beautifully soft and healthy. It's ideal for every member of the family, by the sink or in the bath.

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Since 1839, Kirk's Original Coco Castile Soap has given the consumer a high-quality, all-natural soap at an affordable price. "Castile" originally referred to the highly-prized vegetable based soap produced in Castile, Spain. For centuries this soap was considered "the soap of royalty" because of its luxurious lather and gentleness to the skin. Today, "Castile" refers to any vegetable-based soap. Since 1839, Kirk's master soap makers have formulated this hypoallergenic skin care bar with all-natural coconut oil. Unlike other national brands, Kirk's Original Coco Castile contains no animal by-products that can irritate sensitive skin. No synthetic detergents, like sodium lauryl sulfate, either. Kirk's makes handfuls of rich creamy lather even in the hardest water. Yet, it rinses with thrilling ease and no drying residue. Skin is left beautifully soft and healthy. It's ideal for every member of the family, by the sink or in the bath.

Kirk's Original Coco Castile Bar Soap:

  • Natural, hypoallergenic skin care with no animal by-products or synthetic detergents
  • Pure botanical coconut oil soap
  • Ultra gentle with no drying residue

Ingredients: 

Ingredients: Coconut Soap, Water, Vegetable Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Natural Fragrance.

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Model No.: 10008
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.8
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 4.0 x 2.877 x 2.65
Walmart No.: 232577
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Customer Reviews | 135 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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Perfect all purpose soap for my needs!
7/27/2013

Customer review by Faeriesight

5.0 stars 7/27/2013 by Faeriesight
by Faeriesight

Like another reviewer, I use this along with washing soda, baking soda, and borax to make homemade powder laundry soap. When grated, it dissolves completely in the wash, leaving no clumps behind. My clothes come out very clean, it doesn't fade them or break me out, and because it leaves NO residue there's no dryer static either! They come out fluffy and smelling fresh without using gunky fabric softeners or dryer sheets, it cuts right through hard water too. The soap doesn't foam up big in the washer like chemical detergents will and doesn't leave a film behind either, which makes it great for front loading HE washers. It makes a good stain stick for pre-treating grease and lipstick stains on clothes if you moisten the stain then rub the bar on the stain. It also dissolves well by itself in water (grated) to make a vegetable-safe soap spray to deter garden pests and powdery mildew. I tried this on skin, and it cleans very well, although it is a little drying to skin which is already sensitive and dry. It would be best for normal or oily skin as a bath soap.

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Usage:Every few days
Buy Caress instead
1/9/2016

Customer review by irishgirlbybirth

4.0 stars 1/9/2016 by irishgirlbybirth
by irishgirlbybirth

I like Caress soap more for dry winter skin. This Kirk's soap smells nice, but it dries out my skin and makes me itch. However, it would be okay for summer use, but I will not repurchase.

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Would recommend to a friend? No
Best soap for sensetive skin
12/31/2015

Customer review by Hack3226

5.0 stars 12/31/2015 by Hack3226
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The BEST soap no animal products no dye no fragrance just pure coconut highly recommend for those like me that break out with normal soaps

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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
The Best!
7/30/2014

Customer review by DetailsRUs

5.0 stars 7/30/2014 by DetailsRUs
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This is a great soap. I don't want to spend the money for fancy castile bars, but I wanted a soap that didn't contain animal tallow or harmful additives (per EWG website or Skin Deep app) and that was nourishing to the skin. This fit the bill and then some. It lathers well and has a light, pleasant scent. My husband enjoys it too; it is not "girly". We have both noticed a healthier glow to our skin and it cleans even better than tallow soaps. And since it is made with coconut oil (vs. olive oil, etc.), it has an indefinite shelf life. Coconut oil will not go rancid. Walmart online has the best price (7/2014). Cracker Barrel comes in second on price if you want to try one bar first or need it right away...my analytical husband has calculated it to last about 30 showers, if you need to know!

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Great face soap
2/9/2016

Customer review by Sessra

5.0 stars 2/9/2016 by Sessra
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I use this as my face soap. My face gets clean and this does not dry my skin out. I've used expensive face cleaners from department stores and this does a better job. Best face soap and very inexpensive. I also use this as body soap. This is a great value

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Someone please help me out. Everywhere I look, someone is recommending coconut oil soap for dry itchy skin, and an equal amount of people are saying that coconut oil soaps tend to be drying. Which is it? No matter what I use, I'm dry and ashy all over, especially in the winter. I need a lotion-free solution to this problem.
by Paula 12/22/2013
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  • A. all members of our family use Kirks hand bar soap with no resultant dryness of skin. others by our recommendation, also have tried this soap for the same reason that you have and continue to use it. try and decided.
    by chiedwarrior12/23/2015
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  • A. Paula, I too have dry itchy skin, especially in the winter. This soap does not dry me out but remember, it is still soap. May I recommend Equate Every Day Moisture Body Wash? I used this for years, especially in winter, and have recommended it to many with your problem. (I still use the Kirk's Castile soap to wash my lady-parts as it does not irritate.) I have also noticed that showering is more drying for me than tub baths. I shower when I need to wash my hair but use the tub otherwise. I think that you will love the Equate product!
    by scarlettr12/23/2015
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  • A. I only tried it 2 days. but being much higher PH than your skin, I think it would dry it.
    by Arnoldalways12/23/2015
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  • A. No drying problems at all and I lather up much more than necessary.
    by whatbugsya12/23/2015
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  • A. Excellent for dry skin. Will not cause dryness.
    by TeddyTheodore12/23/2015
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  • A. Did you try Kirk's Castel soap that Wal-Mart sells? It works for me with inching but will dry out.
    by Myst2212/23/2015
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  • A. No,it is not drying.It is in fact the opposite,it is very moisturising.
    by Cavalierman12/23/2015
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  • A. I enjoy the product. Never feels drying to me. My skin is soft, so I am pleased with this product. I suggest you give it a try, and then you will be able to see for yourself.
    by Wallyworld201412/23/2015
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  • A. I have had no issues with Castile soap being drying. I do have a problem with many soaps drying me out, and this doesn't seem to. Been using it for years.
    by Krisnow12/23/2015
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  • A. My wife has dry skin and uses Kirk's every day without trouble.
    by Rzeppa12/23/2015
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I'm new to the whole castile soap scene, although I've been aware of Dr. Bonner's products for a long time. Has anyone used both Kirk's and Dr. Bonner's? Could you offer a comparison, please? One obvious difference appears to be that Kirk's has coconut oil as one of their ingredients. I don't think Dr. Bonner's does. If anyone has tried both products, I would be really interested in knowing your thoughts on each. Thanks!
by Machis 3/29/2013
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  • A. Dr. Bronners bar soaps last longer because they are milled more.
    by Stevie197612/23/2015
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  • A. I have used both and like both.The biggest difference is price with Kirk's being very inexpensive.
    by Cavalierman12/23/2015
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  • A. Both contain coconut oil. You can check the ingredients in a number of locations. Tried them both and prefer Kirk's.
    by WileyhPost12/23/2015
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  • A. Good question! I use both with comparable success. Dr Bonner's offers much more scent options but higher price. Both are excellent products. Kirk's is old school & I contacted the company to see how they felt they compared to Dr Bonner's - their response was "who?" - seriously???
    by Dogpackmomma12/23/2015
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  • A. I have used both soaps and prefer Kirk's over Dr. Bonner's because it has much better lather and is less drying to my skin and hair.
    by NancyDru12/23/2015
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  • A. Dr. Bronner's bar soap is great, but it cost three times as much. My personal preference is Kirk's for bar soap regardless of prices. Try 'em both out. As far as Dr. Bronner's liquid Castile soap line, well that is really a more generic product and I mean that in a good way. You can really use the Drs' liquid soap for anything and Kirk's doesn't have an equal product that is just plain liquid soap. Kirk's has a Castile based liquid hand soap, body soap and shampoo that are more specific use products. The traditional use of the term Castile soap meant that it was soap made of olive oil from that Castile region of Spain. Today it is used to mean any vegetable based soap. Most regular brand named store bought bar soap use animal fat left over from the rendering process (pigs, cows, et al) Kirk's uses coconut oil as the basis to make their soap and Bronner's list several different ones like coconut, olive, hemp with or without essential oils for scents. Bronner's has a great deal of information on their website that lists all the different products and clearly state what ingredient is in what product. Kirk's has a much smaller product line. I use (and recommend) both Kirk's and Bronner's products for different things, but for bar soap in the shower it's Kirk's for me.
    by mattymmh12/25/2015
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  • A. Bonners is a harder soap than the Kirks. Also the bar is larger. Depending on where you get it, Bonners is always more expensive.
    by soapman6712/23/2015
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  • A. I have tried Dr. Bronner's and for me, I think they leave a residue that I just don't like. Reading the cheeky informational "labels" on their bottles while hanging out in the shower is good clean fun if you have extra time, but otherwise I'm recommending Kirk's. You can find entertaining copywriting elsewhere.
    by SheSaidHappily12/23/2015
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  • A. Dr. Bronner's is very slightly more gentle to the skin, comparing bar to bar. This would only matter if you have very dry skin, coconut based soap can sometimes dry you out a little. It's fine for normal and oily skin. However, this makes a better soap if you are using it for cleaning things besides skin. I use Dr. Bronner's liquid castile as a bath soap for my very delicate dry skin because even THEIR bars dry me out, and I use Kirk's bar soap to make laundry soap. I also use Kirk's as a stain stick for grease on fabric, a hand soap for dirty jobs, and to make soap spray for veggie garden pests. If I had oily skin, Kirk's would be my go to bath soap for sure.
    by Faeriesight12/25/2015
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  • A. Hi. I have never used Dr. Bronners but I will from now on. I don't know what you plan on using the soap for, but kirk's will not work for shampoo and has a bad smell. The smell can be fixed with essential oil, but it will not firm up after you melt it.
    by JoWoo12/23/2015
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