Ecover - Sensitive Washing Up Liquid - Zero Multiple SizesBrand - Ecover
With 0 fragrances, 0 colouring & a 100% biodegradable formula, Ecover Sensitive Zero Washing Up Liquid is gentle on the skin and gentle on the planet.
- Plant-based washing up liquid
- Specially formulated for sensitive skin
- 100% biodegradable formula
- Free from colours, fragrances & parabens
- Bottle made from 100% PCR plastic & still easily recyclable
- Never ever tested on animals
Looking for a washing-up liquid that won’t irritate your sensitive skin, or pollute our precious waterways? Ecover Zero Washing Up Liquid is a carefully formulated, plant-powered washing up liquid, specially designed to minimise the risk of allergies.
Say goodbye to raw, red & itchy hands and overwhelming chemical perfumes. Ecover Zero Washing Up Liquid is free from all colours, fragrances and parabens. This makes it ideally suited for even the most sensitive of skin.
Many washing up liquids are packed with chemicals which drain into our waterways and harm aquatic life. Made with 100% plant-based, biodegradable ingredients, Ecover Zero Washing Up Liquid is the smarter choice for our planet. Free from all harsh chemicals, it will naturally biodegrade when washed away, with no harm to wildlife or water purity.
This ecologically responsible washing-up liquid is packaged in 100% PCR plastic, and is still easily recyclable with your local council.
Aqua, Sodium lauryl sulfate, Lauryl glucoside, Glycereth -6 Cocoate, Coco-glucoside, Lactic acid, Sodium chloride, Sodium octyl sulphate, Alcohol denat., Citric acid, Sodium citrate.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I wash fruit & veg with Ecover Zero Washing Up Liquid?
While Ecover Zero Washing Up Liquid is perfect for washing dishes, it is not recommended for washing fruit and veg. In fact, you should never wash your fruit & veg with any washing up liquid.
This is because fruit and veg have porous surfaces that will absorb the washing up liquid formula, which is not intended for consumption. Giving your fruits and veggies a good scrub in pure cold water should be enough to get rid of any mud or debris!
Kitchenware, on the other hand, is non-porous so will not absorb any washing up liquid. Remember to rinse away the suds before placing your dishes on the drying rack.