Environmentally safe and odour-free; highly concentrated.
Colour and fabric safe.
Fully and immediately biodegradable; chlorine and phosphate free.
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Use only 2-3 teaspoons per wash load with soap or detergent in warm water.
Use 1 tsp. for pre-soaking or hand-washing.
Sodium carbonate (washing soad) and hydrogen peroxide.
AVOID EYE CONTACT
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Do not use with chlorine bleaches or cleaners that contain chlorine.
Keep bag dry and fold it closed when not in use.
Decomposes immediately to oxygen, water and soda ash.
Most soaps commonly available aren't that great for us - they are so full of chemicals and detergents that our body would almost be better off without them. We have a healthy non-toxic alternative...
Our bar soaps, liquid soaps and cleaners only use natural ingredients that don't remove body nutrients or harm the skin. They are perfect for sensitive skin, special needs, or a simple desire to clean naturally! And best of all, our soaps are made traditionally: by hand!
Our soaps are all natural, hypoallergenic, mild and gentle. All glycerine soaps are ideal for sensitive skin. They are totally organic, fully biodegradable and have not been tested on animals. They contain no perfumes, deodorants, preservatives, or artificial colours.
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