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ECOS Laundry Detergent Sheets HE Lavender Vanilla -- 50 Loads

ECOS Laundry Detergent Sheets HE Lavender Vanilla
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ECOS Laundry Detergent Sheets HE Lavender Vanilla -- 50 Loads

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ECOS Laundry Detergent Sheets HE Lavender Vanilla Description

  • Toss Directly into Washer Drum
  • Mess Free Liquidless Dosing
  • Dissolves Completely in All Water Temps
  • Enzymes Target Tough Stains
  • Gentle Enough for Hand Washing
  • Hypoallergenic & Non-Toxic
  • Cruelty Free & Plant-Powered

Say hello to our latest breakthrough in laundry. ECOSNEXT™ is the trifecta of sustainable, convenient and wonderfully effective. You just need one lightweight, plant-powered square to fight tough stains while protecting sensitive skin. What’s more to love about ECOSNEXT™? It’s so compact, you can carry it with you wherever your laundry goes.


1 Square = 1 Load. Use up to 2 squares for heavily soiled or large machine loads.


Add one square with dirty laundry directly into washer drum. For hand washing, add directly to water to activate the cleasing power. ECOSNEXT Liquidless Laundry Detergent will dissolve entirely in all water temperatures. To take your laundry on the go, make sure to pack ECOSNEXT Liquidless Laundry Detergent in a dry, cool place.

Free Of
Toxins and animal testing.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Kaolin (mineral based builder), water (solvent), sodium lauryl sulfate (plant-derived surfactant), polyvinyl alcohol (polymer), silica (builder), caprylyl/capryl glucoside (plant-derived surfactant), cocamidopropyl betaine (plant-derived surfactant), glycerin (plant-derived solvent), sodium citrate (builder), PEG-12 dimethicone (defoaming agent), cocamidopropylamine oxide (plant-derived surfactant), saponins (plant-derived surfactant), propylene glycol (solvent), phenoxyethanol (preservative), natural fragrance, triethyl citrate (plant-derived fragrance solubilizer), protease blend (enzyme stain remover), citric acid (pH adjuster), dimethicone (polymer), linalool (natural fragrance component), coumarin (natural fragrance component).
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Fake it till you make it

One of the most common examples of greenwashing is to publicly claim a commitment to the environment while discreetly lobbying to avoid regulation. Some companies will boast about green efforts they have made but avoid mentioning green practices they are reluctant to adopt because of cost. Companies that greenwash may, at best, improve one aspect of a product out of self-interest but do nothing about the other negative impacts. At worst, they are green in name only, fooling gullible consumers into thinking they are buying a product with sustainable ingredients when in fact it might be a toxic soup.

7 Ways to Tell if a Product is Environmentally Friendly

1. Investigate the buzzwords

Anyone can use the terms eco-friendly, green, all-natural, earth-friendly, plant derived, organic (but not organic certified) and non-toxic. They may or may not correspond to fact. For instance, a label may use the term all-natural on its packaging to describe uranium and formaldehyde. Even though both occur naturally, they are potentially poisonous. Look for third party certifications that vet sustainable, eco-friendly products in every category. Non GMO Project verified, Fair trade certified, USDA organic, and Environmental Working Group (EWG) Verified, B-Corp, Made Safe and Cradle to Cradle are good places to begin.

2. Get your fragrance radar on

Companies are legally allowed to hide anywhere from a dozen to hundreds of chemicals under the word fragrance or parfum on a product label, many of which may be linked to harmful health effects. Consider shopping with cosmetics brands that fully disclose their fragrance ingredients.

3. Safety first

When it comes to personal care products, you are particularly vulnerable to exposures, and they add up, incrementally, which each chemical laden product you use. Many products leave behind a chemical residue–termed the chemical body burden–that can be detected in blood, urine and breast milk. Check out apps like ClearyaThink Dirty and Skin Deep. Plus, certifiers like Made Safe and EWG Verified rate your personal care products for safety and toxicity.

4. Judge a product by its packaging

One way to gauge a product’s greenness is by the environmental impact the product will have throughout its life cycle. An item that’s manufactured, packaged and able to be disposed in an environmentally-friendly way is much more likely to be green than the alternative. Recyclable or compostable packaging is a promising indication that the company has a serious commitment to the environment.

5. Look beyond the leaves

Plenty of products try to signal, through subliminal suggestion, their empathy for the environment with green packaging, such as images of leaves and plants. Don’t be swayed by pretty graphics. Literal greenish packaging destined for landfill is still landfill.

6. Do your research

Do your research and look for authenticity. Investigate if a company’s green agenda lines up with their brand image. Be skeptical: Companies are champions of selective disclosure. They highlight positive environmental facts about their products while intentionally avoiding any mention of questionable practices.

7. Consider it an investment

Spending more on bona fide sustainable products represents an investment in the future, your health, and the planet. To shop with brands that don’t greenwash, you often pay a premium for clean ingredients that are responsibly packaged.

Bonus checklist for buying green:

  • Products are manufactured sustainably
  • Items arrive with minimal packaging
  • Ingredient deck is free of toxins
  • Able to be recycled or made from recycled materials
  • Made with biodegradable materials
  • The company offers an end-of-life program for its products such as a recycling program
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