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?
it’s hard to find two complementary fragrances with so little in common. she’s thick-skinned. he’s what you might describe as delicate. her vibrant zest stimulates. his strength is in herbal understatement. yet, together they’re a perfectly refreshing pair. love is strange.
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 surfactant (cleaning agent) biodegrades readily; derived from coconut + palm oils; low skin irritation in use lauramine oxide surfactant (cleaning agent) biodegrades readily; derived from coconut oil citric acid optimizes pH level biodegrades readily; derived from plant sugars such as corn colorant colorant ultimately degradable + not accumulative in the environment; made from synthetic materials 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 methylisothia-zolinone + methylchoro-isothiazolinone preservative - prevents bacterial growth inherently biodegradable; made from synthetic materials; low skin + eye irritation