Bio D Concentrated Washing Up Liquid - Up to 75 Uses - Pink Grapefruit
The zingy Pink Grapefruit scent of this concentrated Washing Up Liquid is just the ticket to enliven the senses and makes tackling that stack of dirty dishes that little bit easier. It’s incredibly tough, even with burnt-on stains, yet is 100% hypoallergenic, so suitable for even the most sensitive skin
This product comes in the newly launched packaging made from 100% post-consumer waste (from the UK).
Benefits for you and your family:
• Sustainable, naturally derived raw materials
• No petrochemicals, phosphates, preservatives, enzymes or synthetic perfumes
• Hypoallergenic, suitable for sensitive skin
• BUAV and Vegan Society Approved
• Safe for septic tanks and cess pits
• Readily biodegradable
• Recycled and recyclable packaging
• Perfume free
• Up to 75 washes
Use sparingly: 10-15ml (two teaspoons) should be sufficient for an average bowl of washing up.
Above 30% Anionic Surfactant. Below 5%: Non-ionic Surfactant, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Citrus Grandis Peel oil.
All bottles, containers and packaging contain optimum levels of recycled materials and are themselves recyclable.
Bio-D is an independent, family-owned, ethically motivated company, dedicated to promoting the use of hypoallergenic, environmentally responsible detergents that have a minimum impact on the ecosystem both in their use and in their manufacturing process. Where possible, all raw materials are plant-derived and are obtained from renewable sources, they are not tested on animals and have no animal by-products. The packaging is recyclable. Free from (SLS) Sodium Lauryl Sulphate. All products are allergy tested.
Many of the ingredients contained in conventional household cleaners, detergents and soaps are known to have detrimental and damaging effects on the environment and humankind. A passage from the research booklet, "Water Quality in Catchment Ecosystems" by A.M.Gower, reads…"of the pharmaceutical products, detergents, cosmetics and other similar domestic products and their metabolites (ingredients), greater quantities are discharged into sewers from domestic premises than from the premises manufacturing them." What this statement means in simple language is that domestic pollution causes more damage to the environment than industrial pollution!