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Eco-Max Natural Lavender Ultra Dish Wash
Eco-Max Natural Lavender Ultra Dish Wash

Eco-Max Natural Lavender Ultra Dish Wash

Regular price
$6.50
Sale price
$6.50

An all-natural, plant-based, manual dish washing liquid which uses only biodegradable, renewable and sustainable ingredients in its formulation. It works well on grease and its foaming properties provide the cleaning experience you’re used to, while Aloe vera works to moisturize your skin. Therapeutic grade, natural lavender essential oil ensures a light, soothing aroma as you wash your dishes.

 

$1/100gr

Directions

For everyday cleaning, apply dish wash liquid directly to dishes and scrub under warm water with a sponge or cloth. Rinse clean.

For stuck-on grease and grime, soak dishes in a sink: Fill an empty sink with enough warm water to submerge the items to be cleaned, add dish wash liquid to the water, then load the sink. Allow items to soak for a short time before scrubbing and rinsing clean with warm water.
It’s always best to keep all cleaning products away from children’s reach.

Ingredients

This product contains: Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Coco/Sunfloweramidopropyl Betaine, Decyl Glucoside, Food Grade Sodium Chloride, Food Grade Potassium Sorbate, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Food Grade Citric Acid, Lavendula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil.

Plant-based for a renewable and truly sustainable product.

Certified by EcoLogo™.

Designed with a toxicity level close to that of water. It's uniquely safe.

This product keeps the big picture in mind. It's safe for aquatic species.

Safe to use and safe to be around when in use. Negligible indoor air pollution.

Not tested on animals. No animal ingredients |  Proudly Canadian


*sodium laureth sulfate

Used primarily as a detergent cleansing agent. Can be derived from coconut. It’s considered gentle and effective as typically used in cosmetics products (typically facial or body cleansers and shampoos). Despite the name similarity, sodium laureth sulfate is NOT the same as sodium lauryl sulfate. The former is a milder cleansing agent due to a higher amount and different chemical structure of the fatty alcohols required to manufacture this cleansing agent. The safety of sodium laureth sulfate has been reviewed by numerous industry experts and deemed safe as used.