Zero Waste Laundry Detergent / Non Toxic | Lavender
Non-Toxic “non-toxic” just means the product doesn’t contain ingredients that have been linked to toxic responses (like hormone disruption, cancer, etc.) in humans.
Ethically Made This means working with suppliers that pay fair wages, guarantee that no child labor is allowed within their factories, and who maintain a safe working environment.
Vegan The company has obtained a Vegan certification.
A product that is vegan does not contain any animal ingredients or animal-derived ingredients. This includes, but is not limited to, honey, beeswax, lanolin, collagen, albumen, carmine, cholesterol, gelatin, and many others. To many, the term “vegan” also means that a product is free from animal testing as well.
Organic The company has obtained an Organic certification.
Organic food is the product of a farming system which avoids the use of man-made fertilisers, pesticides, growth regulators and livestock feed additives. Irradiation and the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or products produced from or by GMOs are generally prohibited by organic legislation.
Organic clothing is clothing made from materials raised in or grown in compliance with organic agricultural standards. Organic clothing may be composed of Cotton, Jute, Silk, Ramie, or Wool. Textiles do not need to be 100% organic to use the organic label. A more general term is organic textiles, which includes both apparel and home textiles. The technical requirements in terms of certification and origin generally remain same for organic clothing and organic textiles.
Made in USA Brand's products are made in the United States
NATURAL, NONTOXIC, VEGAN LAUNDRY DETERGENT with SCOOP
Powder laundry detergent in compostable packaging. Compatible for standard and HE machines. Safe for sensitive skin and baby laundry. Natural, light scent.
One tablespoon/One scoop = large load
32 OZ (2 lbs.) = 50/70 loads
*ZERO DYES *ZERO ANIMAL PRODUCTS *ZERO FILLERS
Per packaging supplier, "All our products have certified compostable papers, films, and adhesives. Many of the items are also certified as backyard compostable. To find a composter near you, visit findacomposter.com. If you happen to throw an item that is sold as compostable into your backyard compost bin, it may take a long time for the composting process to occur. A professionally managed facility veryclosely controls the heat and moisture level of the material which aids and accelerates the process."