Ingredients from the label
What appears on the label: water, organic coconut oil, potassium hydroxide, organic palm kernel oil, organic olive oil, organic hemp oil, organic jojoba oil, citric acid, tocopherol
Text from the label
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Warnings & Directions
Directions for Use:
Dilute! Dilute! Ok!; 1. One small squirt applied to wet hands or washcloth to wash hands-face-body.; 2. Work 1/2 tbsp. into wet hair, rinse with Dr. Bronner's Citrus Organic Hair Rinse.; 3. Dilute 1:10 with water for hand-washed dishes, best in soft water.; 4. For laundry, 1/3 cup soap in large load, add 1/2 cup vinegar in rinse cycle.; 5. Mop floor with 1/2 cup of soap diluted in 3 gallons of hot water.; 6. Wash dog by wetting fur, then massage soap in for good lather, rinse thoroughly.; 7. A dash in bowl of water to remove residue from Fruits & Veggies. Rinse clean.; 8. All-Purpose Cleaner: add 1/4 cup of soap to quart of water in spray bottle.; 9. One tbsp. in quart of water to spray plants for bugs. Dash of cayenne optional.; 10. Shave face-underarms-legs: lather up 5-10 drops in wet hands, apply.
WARNING! Don't drink soap! Keep out of eyes. If cap clogs, poke it clear. Do not squeeze bottle and shoot out soap. Soap can clog and spurt with pump dispensers. Flush eyes well with water for 15 minutes. Consult a physician if irritation persists.
This product is a certified green cleaner.
USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP) is intended to assure consumers that the organic foods they purchase are produced, processed, and certified to be consistent with the national organic standards. Products using the USDA organic seal or the word organic have been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity.
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.
PETA Cruelty-free Companies
Companies that join the "Caring Consumer" program of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, a leading international animal rights advocacy organization, attest that "neither they nor their ingredient suppliers conduct or commission any animal tests on ingredients, formulations or finished products, and that they pledge not to do so in the future."