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All Organic Laundry Detergent 
​🌿A brand new USDA Certified Organic la

🌿A brand new USDA Certified Organic laundry and home detergent are here!
They are more than just natural, they went beyond and got the fancy USDA Organic certification, which shows us how clean they are and how much they care for the environment.
​​🌸 Made with plant-based organic ingredients, such as soapberry, organic glycerin, organic sunflower oil soap, organic olive soap, organic Aragum, herbal aroma: organic lavender, rosemary and sage. It is mild, as you can see, making it suitable for kids as well. Recyclable packaging, extra concentrate, and readily biodegradable, safe for septic and gray water systems. No GMOs, no SLS, no harsh preservatives, or fragrances.
​​🌿While there are many “natural” home detergents, I still prefer a USDA certified organic product, where harsh chemicals, pesticides, waste of resources, and lies are not allowed! This new nature-inspired company has an amazing line of USDA Certified organic home detergents that includes 👗Laundry Detergent, Glass & Surface Cleaner,🍶 Bottle Wash, Dish Soap, 🧺Fabric & Air Mist, 🍒Fruit & Veggie Wash, Gear Cleaner, and 🧴Hand Soap.🍃 All beautifully made with organic ingredients.
I want everybody to have USDA certified organic products more in reach to protect their home and the environment, here is a savings code for you: Prettyorganicgirl10 ✨

INGREDIENTS: Purified Water, Potassium Carbonate, Organic Sapindus Mukorossi Extract (organic soapberry), Organic Glycerin, Organic Potassium Sunflowerate (organic sunflower oil soap), Organic Potassium Olivate (organic olive oil soap), Xanthan Gum, Organic Aragum, Potassium Hydroxide, Organic Fragrance (lavender, rosemary, sage).

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Not recommended brand:

Branch Basics The Concentrate, I don't recommend this because it has a controversial ingredient!

INGREDIENTS: Purified Water, Decyl Glucoside, Chamomile Extract, Coco-Glucoside, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Phytate.

Sodium Phytate in-household cleaners according to  Phosphates in detergent cause lake pollution and eutrophication.
Why do we need to pay $50 for a cheap detergent made with sodium phytate responsible for polluting our lakes??!

You can learn more here about sodium phytate

I prefer Dr. Bronner's: for only $12 you can use it as personal care and household cleaner including dishwashing, safer ingredients, and no lakes pollution.

Sure it is better than Clorox, but why spend all that money on something that is just ok and also associated with general ecotoxicity concerns by

I wish bloggers out there would make more responsible recommendations.



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