Our family has had the opportunity to try the Dapple Baby Foaming Hand Soap. I was going to keep it in the kids' bathroom. But I wanted to personally try it a lot and give the whole family a shot at it. So, it has been used in our kitchen.

I'm not much for foaming hand soap, but this worked just fine for us with frequent handwashing with cooking, cleaning, coming in from playing outside and general hand-washing.

I loved the lavender scent. The delicious scent is made from essential oils and aloe. There are no dyes or fragrances in this bottle. A full list of fragrances is listed below. It sure left that hands feeling soft, even after so much hand-washing and disinfecting this season. The reviews look great for sensitive skin, too, as it's been dermatologist tested and is hypoallergenic.

This foaming soap is plant-based. Here is list of all of the ingredients.

Ingredients: purified water, glycerin (humectant derived from plants), aloe barbadensis leaf juice, disodium cocoamphoacetate (mild cleanser derived from plants), sodium lauroyl methyl isethionate (mild cleanser derived from coconut), sodium methyl oleoyl taurate (mild cleanser derived from coconut), coco glucoside (mild cleanser derived from coconut), cocamidopropyl betaine (cleanser derived from plants), lauryl glucoside (cleanser derived from plants), tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), tetrasodium glutamate diacetate (rinsing aid derived from vegetables), caprylyl glycol, polysorbate 20, ethylhexylglycerin (skin conditioner), sodium benzoate, fragrance (made with essential oils and natural extracts)

Just like the other products from Dapple, this product is never tested on animals and is made in the good ole USA. I also reviewed the Dapple Baby Laundry Detergent earlier this spring. I really loved the fresh scent of that detergent and it worked really well on tough stains on our clothing from playing outside, workouts and lots and lots of towels and bedsheets. With so many weekly loads of laundry, we quickly used up the entire package - 68 loads worth.