Review: Morrocco Method Int'l Baby's Friendly Dragon Coconut Soap

There's nothing like the smell of coconut to user in the summer. Coconut reminds me of delicious tropical smoothies I drank in Costa Rica and tropical settings on the beaches of Hawaii. For this reason, I am especially fond of coconut-scented bath and body products, such as Morrocco Method Int'l Coconut Natural Soap.

Pros:
  • Naturally moisturizing
  • Extremely gentle
  • Cut and polished by hand
  • Affodable
  • Short, simple ingredient list
Cons:
  • May need to order online
Summary:
Morrocco Method Int'l created an exceptionally gentle soap with this coconut-scented bar. I love the scent and found it cleaned without drying my skin out. EWG's Skin Deep database estimated this product at an exceptionally low 0 hazard rating. I agree with the claims that it is suitable for babies and small children. The main disadvantages I found was that this product may be hard to find in stores. While a store locator is available, it might make sense to buy a few bars at once to save on shipping. Also, I would love to see this bar last a little bit longer, as it wore away faster than some soaps (such as castile soaps). Overall, I really enjoyed the tropical scent and exceptionally gentle ingredients. I'd recommend this soap for small children or adults with any type of skin (including sensitive skin).

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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