The traditional view is that it is only toxic chemicals which can genuinely clean
your clothes. However, it has been shown that ingredients like phosphates which
are mostly found in generic, supermarket laundry detergents can affect marine
life and ecosystems when they enter the water supply, and ingredients like
chlorine and bleach are also irritating to the skin.
In recent years, with consumers becoming more conscious about their choices, many products have now popped up which claim to be better for the environment, improve the longevity of your clothes as well as being kinder to sensitive skin. Let’s take a closer look at these purported eco-friendly products, how they work, how they differ from traditional laundry detergents and pods, and evaluate whether they are worth considering introducing to your weekly wash day.
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