ingredients | laundry

Citric acid

This is the product of fermented, vegetable-based raw materials and helps to dislodge dirt, to ensure the tablet dissolves in water and to ensure the product’s pH is slightly acidic.

Sodium carbonate

This mineral, also known as soda crystals or washing soda, is a filler to ensure that the tablet dissolves in water.

Sodium coco-sulphate

This coconut oil derivative has detergent properties that helps remove grease and dirt.

Sodium citrate

This coconut oil derivative has cleansing properties that create a soft creamy lather and remove grease and dirt.

Sodium chloride

This ingredient, commonly called "table salt", contributes to give density to the tablet.

Sodium percarbonate

This ingredient, derived from the reaction of soda crystals and hydrogen peroxide, is an oxygen-based bleaching agent.

Lauryl/myristyl glucoside

Derived from natural sources, this surfactant contributes to cleaning and promotes the formation of foam in the detergent.

Sodium metasilicate
This basic ingredient is a saponification agent that helps to eliminate fats.

Enzymes

Enzymes clean protein and fat-based stains by specifically breaking down these types of molecules.

Caprylic/capric triglyceride

Obtained from hydrogenated and hydrolyzed coconut oil, this ingredient modifies the density of the powder and helps compress the tablet.

Sodium gluconate

This salt, derived from gluconic acid, helps to maximize the effectiveness of the tablet by reducing the effect of water ions.

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