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season is just around the corner and synonymous with the music and mud is the question “how do I pack as little as possible while preparing for every weather situation and hygiene problem that will almost certainly arise?” We ask this and then still arrive completely underprepared but this time have found Dr Bronner’s mini soaps to solve the issue.

They come in small bottles and are multi-functional which, if you are into stuff that is both stylish and good for the environment, will make you say “bathrooms are totally overrated.”


The soap can be used to wash your hair, body and face, to treat cuts and grazes, as a shaving cream, and as a toothpaste. The travel size liquid soap is just under two quid and if you’re not sick of the options you just had to wade through to order a coffee, Dr Bronner’s liquid soap now gives you options too: Rose, Green Tea, and our favourite so far, Peppermint.