Soap, detergent…the same thing…right? Ehm…no. Sorry, slick. Here are a few dirty secrets your clean-promising detergents don’t disclose and the bare-naked facts you deserve.
Detergent is made of petroleum products with synthetic surfactants and foaming agents.
Zum Clean Laundry Soap is made of saponified 100% coconut oil, vegetable oil, and pure essential oils.
Detergents are made with chemical stabilizers and synthetic "brighteners" that leave residue on clothing, coming into contact with skin.
Zum Clean Laundry Soap naturally freshens and cleans clothes naturally with pure essential oils.
Detergent emits carcinogenic chemicals out of the dryer vents and into your household.
Zum Clean Laundry Soap emits good juju and aromatherapizes your home.
Detergents saturate water with chemicals, and when that water is released into the environment it creates hazardous living environments for plants and animals that live in or around water.
Zum Clean Laundry Soap is chemical free, so it's biodegradable and loved by the environment (the fishies told us themselves).
Not that we are counting, but there are over 50 different chemicals in detergents.
We counted, there are five all naturally-occurring ingredients in Zum Clean Laundry Soap.
So… what would you rather wash your clothes with, put on your skin, and emit into your household?