Ecover - Washing-Up Liquid - Camomile & Clementine Multiple Sizes

Ecover - Washing-Up Liquid - Camomile & Clementine Multiple Sizes

Brand - Ecover
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Quick Description

The Ecover Sensitive Washing Up Liquid uses biodegradable, plant-based ingredients to leave your dishes squeaky clean and shiny! Suitable for sensitive skin.

Key Information

  • Suitable for Sensitive Skin
  • Biodegradable Ingredients
  • Recyclable Packaging
  • Cruelty-Free
  • Camomile and Clementine Scent

Product Overview

Move aside bog-standard washing up brands - the Ecover Sensitive Washing Up Liquid is here.

Ecover was founded over 40 years ago and has been leading the clean revolution ever since. Boasting an extensive range of cleaning products made from biodegradable, plant-based ingredients, Ecover is serious about doing its bit for the planet.

The Sensitive Washing Up Liquid makes no exception. This eco-friendly alternative is tough on grease yet gentle on the skin. It also comes in a fantastic Camomile and Clementine scent.

Packaged in a 100% recyclable bottle secured with a cap made of 50% post-consumer recycled plastic.


Aqua, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Lauryl Glucoside, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Lactic Acid, Sodium Octyl Sulphate, Parfum, Alcohol Denat., Limonene, Citric Acid

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I use the Ecover Sensitive Washing Up Liquid?

A little goes a long way with the Ecover Sensitive Washing Up Liquid. One squeeze of liquid is enough to get your washing up done.

What is the story behind Ecover?

Inspired by protecting aquatic life from harmful chemicals, Ecover was founded by Belgian scientists back in 1979. This eco-friendly household brand specialises in plant-based cleaning products made with biodegradable ingredients.

All Ecover products are made in a certified Zero Waste factory and as of 2021, the company is diverting all of its solid waste away from landfill, the environment, and incineration. Instead, it is investing in reduce, reuse, and recycle projects in an attempt to recycle 100% of all waste it produces.