I'm writing this from an unbiased and analytical perspective.
And for MH, yes, it actually looks like the same people who make the laundry ball.
Anyway, here's a list of soap ingredients.....looks like an awful lot of chemicals to me:
Ingredients: Prayer, electrically engineered eloptic energized stabilized oxygenated water, ash of dedecyl solution, dehydrabiethylamine, calcium, potassium, magnesium, foaming agent, and the Anointing of God. The most complex mixture of natural minerals and organics that has ever been blended together.
In my experience, people who use ingredient phrases like 'foaming agent' usually don't want to reveal the exact ingredient, many times which end up being chemicals like SLS.
Plus I'm not bothered about the whole 'God' thing generally, but this sounds like religious exploitation. Not to sound cynical, but how are we to know it isn't a marketing ploy? In my opinion, a true miracle would humble and awe the soap creator, not make him declare that God is working through him.
So what do you think? It doesn't feel right to me somehow, it's hard to explain....I'll be sticking to my Dr.Bronner's for now.