Seventh Generation Natural Laundry Detergent



Fragranced with plant-based essential oils and botanical extracts*

Although Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent gifted me these products they did not require me to make any opinion about their products and the choice was mine to do a brand collaboration.  I have tried and tested these products to form my own positive opinion and wanted to share with all of you what I learned by choosing a more Environmentally friendly laundry detergent. 

Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent is tough on stains, but gentle to the world. With no dyes, optical brighteners or synthetic fragrances, Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent gives great results in HE and standard machines, and works in all temperatures. This hypoallergenic laundry detergent is dermatologist tested to be gentle on sensitive skin. It is made with plant-based ingredients, and is a USDA Certified Bio-based Product 97%. 

Based in Vermont, Seventh Generation is proud to be a Certified B Corporation.    B Corps are certified to be better for workers, better for communities, and better for the environment. By choosing Seventh Generation products, you’re helping nurture the health of the next generations.

Seventh Generation is proud to be Leaping Bunny Certified. They do not test their products on animals and their products do not contain animal-based ingredients. 

Here are a few reasons you should consider changing your Laundry Detergent



Detergents are manufactured from synthetic chemical compounds, as opposed to soap, which originates with natural substances like lye and plant saponins. Detergents can have far-reaching environmental impacts. LIVESTRONG

Phosphate-containing detergents can create algae blooms in fresh water. These in turn use up the oxygen available for aquatic life.

Surfactants, surface-active chemicals that reduce the tension of oil and water and help stains come out of fabric, can disrupt the endocrine systems of humans and animals.

Laundry and dishwasher detergents come in plastic containers that are generally non-reusable and non-recyclable.

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