We’ve made this natural laundry soap with only organic oils to be cruelty free, vegan friendly and biodegradable.
The different between soap and detergent is that detergent is made from numerous synthetic sources, and soap is made of materials naturally found on earth. Because of this, many customers often find that their skin conditions, such as eczema, are caused by synthetic commercial detergents and find their skin clears up when they switch to our natural soap products.
It’s simple to use too. For tough spots or stains, pour the soap directly onto the stained area, and rub either with a toothbrush or your fingertips before washing.
For front-loading washing machines or H.E. machines:
Use 2 tablespoons of the soap for a normal load, or 4 tablespoons for a heavy load. Adjust the amount you use based on your machine’s needs.
For standard or top-loading machines:
We suggest using 4 tablespoons for a usual load, or 8 for a very heavy load. You may find your machine needs more or less; feel free to adjust the quantity.
Shake the soap well before use. For external use only. Do not eat.
Beautifully kind to clothes and skin, our natural laundry soap is 100% free from:
- Optical brighteners
Water: Water is the main component in our organic laundry soap to keep it lovely and natural. Detergents containing too much oil could also harm the machine if too much of it is used, but our water-based organic laundry soap is just as kind to your machine as it is to your clothes and skin. Using water as the primary ingredient also helps the other natural ingredients to mix well with the clothes and impart their anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties onto the fabric as they lift the stains free.
Sunflower oil: Sunflower oil combines with the other ingredients to make a gentle scrubbing paste that combats debris, and rinses clear after your machine is done.
Coconut oil: Coconut oil is an emollient that’s gentle enough to use on even baby skin. It will leave your clothes feeling soft and won’t irritate delicate skin.
Vegetable glycerin: Waste not, want not! Vegetable glycerin is a natural by-product of making soaps, and it absorbs stains because it’s a solvent. Many things will dissolve into vegetable glycerin that stain-removal agents such as rubbing alcohol won’t touch.
Rosemary extract: Not only does rosemary keep your clothes smelling sweet, it’s also renowned as an antifungal agent and is great for killing germs.
Soda ash: Soda ash is derived naturally from the ashes of burned plants. Because it’s a powerful alkali, it works alongside glycerin to be a solvent and remove the stains from your clothing. It also softens water, helping other cleaning products remove stains from fabrics.