The Simply Co.: Finally, an eco-friendly laundry powder

No SLS. No dyes. No 1-4 dioxane. No EDTA. No petrochemicals. No Chlorine. No Phosphates. No DEA. No formaldehyde. No optical brighteners. No synthetic preservatives. No animal testing.  – EVER! Lauren Singer lives a Zero Waste lifestyle, and since many readers of her amazing blog were writing to her saying that they loved the idea of her toxic free and sustainable cleaning products, but they didn’t have the time to make them themselves, she decided to start her own enterprise to solve that need.

Through The Simply Co. Lauren strives to make the most sustainable cleaning products ever. All of the ingredients utilised are listed on the packagings. And very importantly, the company is committed not just to developing a “less bad” product with fewer toxic chemicals or kind of sustainable packaging, but rather to make products that are truly good.

So what materials The Simply Co. employs? Only organic and natural ingredients! Their laundry powder, for example, is made from Baking soda, washing soda, and Organic Vegan castile soap. It really deserves a try!
Cleaning can happen without harmful chemicals! Have a look:

THE SIMPLY CO. LAUNDRY POWDER DETERGENT

Made from Baking soda, washing soda, and Organic Vegan castile soap (+ Organic essential oils) this laundry powder has excellent cleaning properties. It actually gets the stains out and protects the colours! The 32oz Jar contains up to 60 loads of laundry and you can choose either Unscented or Lavender powder. Really? YES!

THE SIMPLY CO. POWDER DETERGENT TRAVEL SIZE

Ideal for travellers, this 4oz Jar contains up to 8 loads of laundry! How to use it?  You only need to add 1 to 2 tablespoons of The Simply Co. laundry powder, depending on load size and soil level… and that’s it!


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