Happy Soaps Natural Dishwashing Soap
|Brand Name||Happy Soaps|
Dishwashing soap the HappySoaps way: 100% plastic-free, palm oil-free, vegan and sulfate-free. This dish soap saves a lot of plastic dish soap bottles and is just as effective. This solid block smells deliciously fresh like lemon and has a thorough and fast action. Happy Washing!
pH-skin-neutral and free from parabens and sulfates
You can use this new dishwashing soap without irritating your hands! The soap is pH-skin neutral. The pH value of the hand is enormously important for protecting the skin against infections, irritations, allergies, and dehydration. Frequent use of a (dishwashing) product with a high pH value can disrupt this. This soap takes good care of your hands and therefore you can useit daily with confidence.
In addition, you will find no sulfates and parabens in the Dishwashing Soap. Why is that important? This is because paraben is a chemical used to make products last longer. Many people are allergic to this substance and it can be bad for your body. Enough reason to avoid them. Sulfates are a means to make a product foam. The disadvantage is that they can strip natural oils from the skin. This Dishwashing Soap does not need these foamers because of the use of natural ingredients.
Plastic-free and effective choice
This Stain Soap is 100% plastic-free. Not an ounce of plastic is involved in its production, shipping and storage. The natural ingredients in this soap allow you to rwash dishes just as effectively as soap in traditional plastic packaging. That’s why this dishwashing soap a conscious choice for you and the environment, which is already so full of plastic waste. Say goodbye to your plastic packaging and discover the power of plastic-free!
Handmade in the Netherlands
Locally produced with love. Happy Soaps are simply from the Netherlands, where they are lovingly made by hand.
How do you use the cheerful Dishwashing Soap?
You can easily use the Dishwashing Soap by wiping your own cloth or sponge over the soap. Use warm to hot water to do this. The soap will then be activated and you can do the dishes.
Anionic surfactants > 30%
Non-ionic surfactants < 5%.
Perfume < 5%.
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