JO'S ECO-LAUNDRY SOAP FLAKES
Our Jo's Eco-Laundry is a cold - processed soap handmade in the UK using exclusively vegetable oils. It is a 100% natural formula, vegan, free from phosphates, optical brighteners, enzymes, parabens and preservatives.
Used in the form of flakes it is a natural washing powder that is gentle on delicate fabrics, and it helps avoid allergies and irritations. It is the perfect hypoallergenic alternative to biological and non-biological products that can irritate sensitive skin. It washes with extreme softness all the textiles of the whole family and babies. Bring nature into your daily routine and make a smart choice for our planet.
The packaging is fully recyclable or biodegradable. If you would like to have your order in separate bags, please let us know.
HOW TO USE
For more efficiency dissolve the flakes into 40°C warm water. Suitable for both machine and hand washing.
Front-loading machines: use approximately 2 tablespoons of Soap Flakes per load. Do NOT use machine's detergent dispenser, pour directly into the washing-machine drum. Wash as usual.
For the best result, we recommend following the instructions in this link.
If you want to use soap flakes at 30°C or cold water have a look at this recipe "how to make an excellent laundry liquid detergent".
A composition according to Regulation EC 684/2004: Soap 76% C>12-22, 2% Perfume, 2% Citrate and citric acid. Sodium Sunflowerate, Sodium Cocoate. Contains Geraniol, Linalool, alpha-Amylcinnamaldehyde, dl- Citronellol.
PLEASE NOTE: This product is not for human or animal consumption
VEGAN - PALM OIL FREE - NO DYES - NO PRESERVATIVES - NO PHOSPHATES - PETROCHEMICAL FREE - COLOURANTS FREE - ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY - PERFECT FOR SENSITIVE SKIN - PLASTIC FREE PACKAGING - SUITABLE FOR WASHING MACHINE
Handmade by THE GREEN BOUTIQUE, BN18 0LE Arundel, UK.
WHAT DOES "COLD-PROCESSED SOAP" MEAN?
This soap is the result of a chemical reaction called saponification that occurs between lye and a fat or oil (such as Olive Oil or Coconut Oil). Cold-processed soap, in particular, allows the lye to be neutralized without any outside sources of heat, called “curing”.
Cold-processed soap is made by mixing sodium hydroxide (lye) with water, blending it with fatty oils, and adding essential oils or fragrance. They are then poured into moulds and take 24 hours to become soap (saponify). Once removed from the mould, they dry for an additional 24 hours before being cut into individual bars and flakes of soap.