Dr. Squatch is a growing man's natural soap and personal care brands. It comes in brown packaging smelling woodsy and wild flavors such as Pine Tar, Bay Rum, Cedar Citrus, Nautical Sage and many more.
1. Shampoo 2. Conditioner 3. Soap Shavers 4. Shaving Gear 5. Colognes 6. Grippers 7. Candles and Gifts 8. Shower Boosters
Dr. Squatch was founded in 2013 in San Diego by Jack Haldrup. He has psoriasis which doesn't allow him to use regular soaps. This gave him the idea to make his own soap thus resulting in Dr. Squatch.
Yes, Dr. Squatch is absolutely safe to use. It is made from natural ingredients. They also have a fun quiz which allows customer to buy their perfect soap for their skin type.
Dr. Squatch is transparent about what igredients it uses in its soap. Its bar soap line contains saponified oils such as olive oil, lye, sea salt, shea butter, kaolin clay, peppermint leaves, and some essential oils.
A customer names Lauren Fleming sued Dr. Squatch over the list of natural ingredients used in the products. According to her, the decyl glucoside is not a natural ingredient as it is made from chemical reaction.
To this Dr. Squatch repelied that the customer lack the ability to test the natural ingredients at the point of sale. This increased the popularity of Dr. Squatch resulting in profit.
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Despite facing the lawsuit it is unclear whether the company is going out of business or it is just a matketing strategy.