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Your dish soap just got a new look. Say goodbye to the plastic, chemicals, and fragrances. You don't need them to be tough on grime, and give your dishes a sparkling shine. None of these ingredients will harm our waterways, animals, or our skin.
To use, just rub your wet scrubber brush or sponge against the dishwashing soap bar until it creates a soapy lather, then wash dishes as usual. It's recommended to keep it on a soap dish to increase its longevity.
Bars like this replace the need to transport plastic bottles, which are mostly just water, across the world.
No palm oil, no SLS. no phosphates, no preservatives. All natural biodegradable ingredients
Bars last between 2-3 months on average
100g / 3.5oz
1 tree planted for each bar sold!
Natural Castro Oil (Ricinus Oil), Natural Salt (Sodium Chloride), Water (Aqua), Sodium Percarbonate, Organic Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera Oil)
Over 2 million plastic dish soap bottles are thrown away annually in just the US alone! That's an avoidable problem. Since only 9% of plastics get recycled in the US, chances are those bottles are either buried under our Earth, incinerated, or in the ocean.
Why we love solid soaps so much:
On average, the production of liquid soap requires 5x times more energy for raw material, has a 10x bigger carbon footprint, and uses almost 20x more energy for packaging production than traditional bar soaps.
liquid soap contributes to much more ecotoxicity, ozone depletion, and eutrophication potential than bar soaps
These bar soaps aren't petroleum-based, which is common for liquid soaps.
Most liquid soaps contain palm-oil. Palm oil is one of the major drivers of deforestation, destroying some of the worlds most diverse forests, and destroying the habitat of several already endangered species.
So far, ZWC has planted 300,000+ trees, and offset 300,000+ plastic products. Their mission is to make zero waste living available in all corners of the world.
They're also very transparent with the fair wages they pay their workers. Under each product on their website they show the exact amount their workers make.