BTW, the foaming soap dispensers I use are just empty ones from Amazon. I got a bulk pack because they're cheaply made so there are bound to be some duds in the pack. So far though, the first dispenser has been in use for a few months without any problems.
When I first looked for foaming dispensers I found a large range in prices. The costly ones look nicer but the dispenser is the part that wears out, sometimes quickly, so I thought a bulk pack of inexpensive ones would be a much better deal.
I've stopped using Dr. Bronners as a liquid soap replacement. It leaves a film in the sink that requires scrubbing to remove, and apparently that film is additive within the pipes because I keep having to unclog the sink. I've used a plunger on the sink several times and black gunk has come up from the pipes in the water that flowed back up into the sink.
After some research online I've found that some people who use Dr. Bronners get clogged pipes, some don't. One commenter also mentioned black gunk in the pipes.
Next I'm going to try Nature Clean unscented hand soap. The ingredient list is minimal and free of endocrine disruptors and other nasty things: Water, Potassium Oleate, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride.
I've been using this for a few months now. I'm also using the Nature Clean dish soap. Both work well enough, have minimal ingredients, and don't leave any residue in the sink or pipes like Dr. Bronner's did.
-chewing oregano or the bulb of cloves instead of brushing teeth.(swish and spit)
-instead of soap and shampoo : chamomile tincture 20%(contains 20% alcohol-probably not for severe MCAS!)
vinegar(kills off pathogens and is not sticky)
Cream: Cellutone P12 by Lydia Dainow
Main ingredient here is Hamamelis virginiana.