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Natural Liquid Detergent

100% Natural


Human Nature's natural detergent is non-drying on  handsbiodegradable and 100% free from harmful chemicals, keeping you and our seas happy. It also leaves your clothes smelling clean and fresh with no harsh chemical residue or fabric stiffness. No need for fabric conditioners. Tough on dirt, gentle on the earth!


- No phosphates
- No chlorine
- No bleach
- No dyes
- No enzymes
- No petroleum
- No synthetic fragrance
- No optical brighteners
- No harmful chemicals
- No compromise


Available in Citrus scent



The Natural Seal certifies compliance with the Natural Products Association Standard for Personal Care Products.


Did You Know? Our plant-based formulation cuts rinsing time in half. A medium-sized load of laundry using commercial detergents needs 24 kWh of electricity and 1.6 cubic meters of water. In contrast, one medium-sized load of laundry using our Liquid Detergent needs 18kWh of electricity and 1.1 cubic meters of water. 


Dermatologist-tested as non-irritating and safe


   I use this detergent for handwashing and it's very bubbly, even with just a little amount. Smells great too, even after a day (laundry will smell with other detergents).  
- Lenji
RM 44.90
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From fresh, white linens to crisp, white shirts; these simple joys in life are any cleaning diva’s dream. But did you know that the bleach you’ve been using to get that “insta-white” effect can actually harm you and the environment?


Bleach, a chlorine-based chemical solution, is a highly toxic substance that has been involved in more household poisonings than any other chemical. It’s found in the majority of household cleaning products, disinfectants as well as laundry detergents. According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), frequent users of chlorine bleach are at increased risk of developing asthma and other respiratory problems. The West Virginia University Extension also links chlorine-based compounds, like dioxins, with low sperm count, testicular cancer and breast cancer due to their ability to mimic human hormones.


Optical brighteners, an alternative to bleach, make fabrics appear brighter but can often cause skin irritation. As they can accumulate in the environment, they too become toxic to aquatic life.


So, in the race to have the softest, whitest, most fragrant clothes, detergent manufacturers use a chemical to address a problem that causes another problem that needs yet another chemical to fix. You want nice-smelling clothes, put fragrance. Fragrance might cause discoloration, so put a whitener. Whitener makes clothes stiffer, so put a fabric conditioner to soften clothes. That’s a lot of chemicals left on the fabric that your skin is exposed to. No wonder people get skin allergies nowadays! Perhaps the only solution is to switch to a natural, harmful chemical-free detergent!


aqua (water), sodium coco fatty alcohol sulfate (coconut-derived), potassium cocoate (coconut-derived), ethanol (sugarcane-derived), sodium lactate, decyl glucoside (vegetable-derived), sodium carbonate, Citrus sinensis (orange) essential oil, glycerin (vegetable-derived), citric acid, fragrance (all-natural), phytic acid (rice bran-derived)

To learn more about our natural ingredients, click here

  • I finally found a detergent that works gentle on my eczema palm & it cleans well. The natural smell is comforting. Shall buy it again. (Posted on 8/14/2015) (transferred from old site)...
    Audrey (02/13/2016)
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  • Audrey (02/13/2016)

    I finally found a detergent that works gentle on my eczema palm & it cleans well. The natural smell is comforting. Shall buy it again. (Posted on 8/14/2015) (transferred from old site)

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