DISH SOAP - BERGAMONT
DISH SOAP - BERGAMONT
DISH SOAP - BERGAMONT
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DISH SOAP - BERGAMONT

Vendor
Common Good
Regular price
$6.00
Sale price
$6.00
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 

.40 an ounce

The best dish soap should disappear grease whilst still moisturizing hands, right? Well, Common Goods all-natural dish soap is made with a concentrated formula that cuts through a sink full of dishes without the use of harsh chemicals that lead to dry skin. Rest assured that their non-toxic cleaning products are formulated with gentle, plant-based ingredients that are Leaping Bunny Certified and safe for kids, pets, and the environment. For all those eco-friendly sinks out there, their green dish soap is readily biodegradable, meaning it naturally breaks down quickly without leaving any toxins in the environment!

Don’t forget to refill. Made in the USA.

  • Concentrated formula cuts through a sink full of dishes
  • Great on pots and pans but gentle on hands
  • Scented with 100% pure essential oil scents
  • Plant-based formula 
  • No parabens or sulfates
  • Free of synthetic fragrance, phthalates, optical brighteners, dye, chlorine bleach, and ammonia
  • Cruelty-free (Leaping Bunny certified)
  • Biodegradable formula 
  • Refillable

Ingredients

Water

Decyl glucoside

Cocamidopropylamine oxide

Lauramine oxide

Phenoxyethanol

Ethylhexylglycerin

(Essential oil)

Packaging

This product is available at our fill up bar. You can bring your own container or purchase one of ours to fill up. You can also order online for curbside/local delivery.

We receive this product from Common Good Co in a 5-gallon plastic jug that they return to be sanitized and it gets refilled over and over again!

Common Good Co.

Common Good was founded as a small initiative to reduce the amount of single-use plastic generated by household soaps and cleaners. As parents, they were not only concerned with the amount of recycling piling up but were also troubled by the ingredients found in those products. After searching the neighborhood in vain for safe, refillable household soaps and cleaners, they decided to launch Common Good in 2011. They developed green, biodegradable formulas that are Leaping Bunny certified and safe around kids and pets. They created a range of reusable plastic and glass bottles that can be refilled at refill stations, such as Fill Up, Buttercup! Common Goods innovative, modern design offers an alternative to single-use plastics, making Common Good clean in every way.