Ingredients from the label
What appears on the label: Ingredients: Purified water, potassium cocoate (natural castile soap), lauryl glucoside (plant derived), caprylyl/capryl glucoside (plant derived), decyl glucoside (plant derived), glycerin (vegetable), disodium coco-glucoside citrate, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, tocopherol (vitamin E), citrus limon (lemon) peel extract, salvia sclarea (clary) extract, citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel extract.
Text from the label
As it appears in the database
Ingredients: Purified water
disodium coco-glucoside citrate
aloe barbadensis leaf extract
citrus limon peel extract
citrus aurantium dulcis peel extract
Warnings & Directions
Directions for Use:
Directions: Squirt dish soap onto your toughest, greasiest jobs for a clean that can't be beat. Enjoy fast, easy rinsing with no harmful residues.
While Better Life products are non-toxic, they should be used to clean, not drink. Please keep out of reach of children. Do not use in automatic dishwashers.
Manufacturers frequently make changes to their product ingredients, formulations or labeling, and older versions may still be on store shelves or in your home. When possible, EWG's Guide rates all available versions. It's important to read the label every time you shop, even though many labels don't offer complete information.
Top scoring factors: Some concern for chronic aquatic toxicity; acute aquatic toxicity; damage to DNA
Top scoring factors: Some concern for damage to DNA; respiratory effects; cancer
This product is a certified green cleaner.
Whole Foods Market Eco-Scale Rated
The Eco-Scale™ rating system created by Whole Foods Market rates products as red, orange, yellow or green based on label disclosure and chemical composition. All products sold at Whole Foods must fully disclose ingredients on the label. An orange, yellow or green rating is assigned based on chemical composition and level of protection of consumers and the environment.
Products bearing the Leaping Bunny mark are certified cruelty-free under the Humane Household Products Standard, managed in the U.S. and Canada by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, a coalition of eight national animal protection groups. Participating companies must open their processes to independent audits throughout the supply chain.