Soap flakes made with organic oil, 1kg.
Soap flakes are becoming more and more popular! This is a fantastic way to do your laundry without buying bottles after bottles of laundry liquid.
They are very cheap:, with our 1 kg bag, you can prepare 30 bottles (800ml) of laundry liquid. You can re-use your own container. Let’s reduce plastic landfill together!
In short, it’s great for the wallet, good for the planet and good for you.
With soap flakes, you can prepare your laundry liquid in advance. Some people just prepare one litre, others prefer to prepare three litres at a time or even more.
There are no additives, preservative or fragrance in this product.
Concentrated soap flakes are effective, eco-friendly, hypoallergenic and economical for a whole range of household cleaning tasks. Also, for laundry or for homemade soaps. 1kg of flakes can produce 25 litres of homemade laundry detergent.
Soap was invented 3000 years ago in Syria. So it is traditionally made with locally available fats (hemp, olive …) and soda derived from plants.
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Produced and packaged in France from pellets of soap made using soda and certified organic palm and coconut oils.
No additive, preservative or fragrance. Low carbon footprint.
Harmless to both humans and the environment. Made exclusively using coconut and palm oils produced using certified organic farming methods.
Product certified Natural Detergent by ECOCERT Greenlife according to ECOCERT standards:
Ecodis Soft Impact. Soft Impact is Ecodis’ own label. It shows the product has been designed for lowest impact on the environment: use of abundant natural resources, made in Europe, no/few processing, eco-designed packaging, ecological label, etc.
Surfactants in detergents work by removing oils from clothes.The natural oils produced by our own skin can also be stripped away, seriously irritating the skin. Producing and distributing laundry detergent carries a heavy carbon footprint. Phosphate interfere with sea life development, by increasing the growth of toxin-producing algae which can kill plants, fish, dolphins, and other sea creatures
Ecodis started in Brittany, France, in 2000, specialising in designing and distributing household and personal eco-friendly and fairtrade products, and now employs more than 40 people. Ecodis is fully committed to local production with carefully sourced materials, with a particular focus on lasting functional goods that are manufactured and packaged with limited impact on the environment. Ecodis aim at allocating around 0.5% of turnover to solidarity and eco projects in France and abroad.