Bio-D Hypoallergenic Washing-Up Liquid (15 Litres)
Let’s face it, the washing up is nobody’s favourite household chore… until now. This perfume-free, vegan, power liquid cuts through grease and burnt-on stains effortlessly, and because it’s concentrated, a little really does go a long way.
It’s 100% hypoallergenic too, making it suitable for those with sensitive skin and strong allergies. Making light work of even the toughest stains, you’ll be fighting over whose turn it is to do the washing up!
If you aren’t familiar with Bio-D, let us tell you a little bit about this eco-brand that you’re going to be hearing a lot more of in the near future. Bio-D are the UK’s leading manufacturer of environmentally responsible, ethically sound, hypoallergenic, vegan cleaning products. Independently owned, they create products that don’t cost the earth, in any sense. Using naturally derived and plant-based ingredients, Bio-D leave out any ingredients that could be harmful to both wildlife, humans and the planet.
They also have complete traceability on every single ingredient that goes into their huge and diverse product range, meaning that they can guarantee they’re ethically and sustainably sourced. Plus, they make all their own products right here in the UK, in their factory in Hull, East Yorkshire. If you’d like to find out a little more about Bio-D, see our blog post, Spotlight on Bio-D: 100% Hypoallergenic, Vegan and Eco-Friendly Cleaning.
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Bio-D are committed to making cleaning products that contribute to a healthier, more sustainable planet. They’re out to show everyday people that hypoallergenic, eco-friendly cleaning shouldn’t cost the earth. Here’s to plant-based cleaning!
- Perfect for all skin types
Ingredients: Above 30% Anionic Surfactant. Below 5%: Non-ionic Surfactant, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid
To use: Use sparingly: 10-15ml (two teaspoons) should be sufficient for an average bowl of washing up.
Always keep cleaning products away from children. Store in a cool, dry place.
Made in the UK