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Seventh Generation Free & Clear Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent
Clothes should feel cuddly and clean against your skin – and be good to it, too. Seventh Generation Free & Clear Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent features a triple-enzyme formula that fights tough stains without the use of fragrances, dyes, and artificial brighteners. Plant-derived enzyme stain removers like Protease and Amylase power away stubborn stains like grass, tomato sauce, or chocolate. This hypoallergenic and fragrance free laundry detergent is dermatologist tested to be gentle on skin.
This concentrated laundry soap uses less added water, allowing us to use a smaller bottle to deliver impressive cleaning power – 53 loads in a 40 oz. container. Good things really do come in small packages. For more than 25 years, Seventh Generation has been thoughtfully formulating safe and effective plant-based products that work. Really well. As a leading green laundry detergent manufacturer, Seventh Generation are proud to make biodegradable and EPA Safer Choice Certified detergents. You may also notice a cute Leaping Bunny seal on their products. That means they do not test their products on animals and their products do not contain animal-based ingredients. Seventh Generation designs their products to be safe for people, their homes, and the environment. 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 joining us in nurturing the health of the next seven generations.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by R from New packaging with less product I have been using this detergent for many years and it works well for light to medium soiled items. This newer look has less in it, but the product is still the same.
Date published: 2020-02-19