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Laundry Powder

Lavender & Mint

1kg $14.95 RRP $11.00

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Tough on stains, gentle on clothes (and the environment). This plant-derived and mineral-based formula contains organic wild lavender and mint essential oils. Aka, your new favourite clean-sheets scent.

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    The benefits.

    • Suitable for front and top loader machines
    • Perfect for cold or hot water washing
    • Grey water and septic safe
    • Biodegradable

    What goes in.

    Soda ash (alkalinity builder), baking soda (food grade), sodium citrate (food grade), sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (derived from coconut oil), sodium coco sulphate (derived from coconut oil), sodium disilicate (derived from sand), alkyl polyglucosides (derived from corn, wheat and coconut) and pure lavender and mint essential oils.

    What's kept out.

    Artificial fragrances, phosphates, optical brighteners, enzymes, zeolites, and harsh surfactants.

    Did you know?

    Did you know that many commercial laundry powders contain toxic chemicals, like 1,4-Dioxane? These can transfer to your clothes and cause side effects just by being in direct contact with your skin. We’d rather our wardrobe without the eye, nose and lung irritation, thanks.

    Geography.

    Made with love in Australia.

    Abode Cleaning

    Cleaning up after dinner or putting on a load of washing should be simple enough tasks, but for people with allergies or those looking for healthier alternatives, this isn’t always the case. That was until Abode Cleaning moved in. After realising our homes — which are supposed to be a place of comfort and safety — were actually the underlying cause of many illnesses, Healthy Home Expert Nicole Bijlsma set out to develop a range of cleaning products that would revolutionise the industry. Nicole has spent the past two decades investigating health hazards in the home, and with her passion for environmental medicine has created an alternative to the expensive and low quality products marked as ‘natural’ on the supermarket shelves.