get pumped to get clean dishes
no one sets out to neglect a cheesy casserole dish in the sink for days. but sometimes it happens. and when it does, you’re glad that you have an ultra grease-fighting and biodegradable dish soap to depend on. just aim our pump directly at a dish, a sponge or into your sink and press for soap. some scrubbing required.
what's that smell?
imagine a quaint Italian village tucked away on a sun-drenched hillside of Tuscany. now imagine that you’ve won a dream vacation in said village. you will spend your days lounging in splendor with the crisp scent of freshly cut basil wafting in the breeze. to return to this fantasy, simply close your eyes and wash up.
what it is
health + environmental summary
water (aqua) diluent + solvent deionized for purity; extracted from abundant source ethanol solvent biodegrades readily; fermented from plant sugars such as corn or sugar beets; not irritating to skin glycerin moisturizer biodegrades readily; derived from plant sources; not irritating to skin sodium chloride thickener derived from abundant mineral sources; the same material as table salt; safe for people (unless too much is eaten on potato chips) sodium lauryl sulfate sufactant (cleaning agent) biodegrades readily; derived from coconut + palm oils; low skin irritation in use lauramine oxide sufactant (cleaning agent) biodegrades readily; derived from coconut oil citric acid optimizes pH level biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn fragrance (parfum) fragrance blended composition is partly essential oils + partly synthetic ingredients decyl glucoside, lauryl glucoside surfactant (cleaning agent) biodegrades readily; derived from corn sugars, coconut or palm oil methylisothiaz-olinone + methylchoro-isothiazolinone preservative - prevents bacterial growth inherently biodegradable; made from synthetic materials; low skin + eye irritation