Solid Dish Soap Lathers and Cuts Grease – You don't need to sacrifice lather when ditching the plastic bottle. Solid dish soap lathers just as well as regular dish soap and does an incredible job at cutting through grease and grime
Solid Dish Soap Details:
So, what’s all the fuss about solid dish soap bars? Here are a few reasons why we love scrubbing the dishes with solid dish soap, and why we think you will, too.
- Solid Dish Soap Is Plastic-Free – Each year, humans produce one million plastic bottles, leading to a devastating amount of plastic waste. Solid dish soap helps reduce plastic waste by eliminating the need for a plastic bottle altogether. Unlike traditional liquid soap, our solid dish soap comes plastic-free in a reusable, recyclable tin.
- Solid Dish Soap Lasts Longer – Do you ever feel like you’re constantly buying bottled dish soap? Switch to solids and start saving money! Solid dish soap outlasts two to three bottles of dish soap, making it easier on your wallet and the planet.
- Solid Dish Soap Is Non-Toxic – Many liquid dish detergents contain potentially harmful ingredients such as artificial fragrances, phosphates and SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate). If you’re looking for a healthier option for your family, our natural solid dish soap is the way to go! Our solid dish soap utilizes Earth-friendly ingredients to get your dishes clean without the chemicals.
- Solid Dish Soap Lathers and Cuts Grease – You don’t need to sacrifice lather when ditching the plastic bottle. Solid dish soap lathers just as well as regular dish soap and does an incredible job at cutting through grease and grime. If you’re skeptical, give our solid dish soap a try and see for yourself!
Listing is for 1 solid dishwashing soap bar.
Purchase the starter kit here: https://www.theskincandyllc.com/collections/for-your-home/products/solis-dishwashing-soap-starter-kit
Ingredients: Saponified Oils of Coconut oil, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Stearic Acid, Essential Oil, Lime Juice
How to use: Wet sponge or dish scrubber, and rub soap to create bubbles. (Repeat as needed to refresh the bubbles.) Wash items and rinse well. Allow the dish soap to dry out between uses.
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