If you can find them...
Dr. Bronner's "Magic" Pump Soap The only reasonable soap I've ever found that doesn't use a Sodium Sulphate base. It's expensive (buy the 1/2 gallon refill) but avoiding the standard soaps cures my Seborrheic Dermatitus^
Natures Gate Herbal Hair Conditioner (For once a natural product beats out the commercial junk! The conditioner isn't greasy at all like most others; in fact, my hair is still "squeeky" after I rinse it out, yet it works very well and makes a noticible difference in the managability of my curly hair.)
Bag Balm as a skin treatment for cuts, scrapes and irritations. The guy who makes it has built up a following with the farmers and so on who buy it for cows, horses and pets, but he is smart enough to never advertise it for human use. Lots of humans use it (I do) and are very happy with it, but word of mouth advertizing is enough and that way he doesn't have to jump rope with the FDA.
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