A few drops of dish soap may not seem like a big deal, but conventional options contain harmful chemicals that can kill aquatic ecosystems and lead to burns, skin irritation and allergic reactions in humans.
That’s true zero waste kitchen swap come in to clean up the mess left behind by traditional liquid soap.
We tried Blueland and can’t praise the dishwasher tablets enough. The fragrance-free tablets work overtime to clean your dishes without harmful ingredients, dyes or plastic.
You will not find any chlorine bleach, VOCs, parabens, phthalates or petroleum in the product.
The eco-friendly dishwasher tablets are vegan, gluten-free, soy and nut-free and have certifications from EPA Safer Choice, Cradle to Cradle, Leaping Bunny and MADE SAFE.
The best part?
The Certified B Corp does not use plastic packaging or PLA pods and all orders are shipped in recyclable cardboard or compostable materials.
Suds & Co soap concentrate is another eco-friendly swap to consider. We love (as much as one can love dishwashing) using the palm oil free refillable organic dish soap made from coconut oil and natural essential oils.
We love that it ships in compostable cardboard packaging with an optional reusable tin, but we love that it cuts through fat without drying out our skin even more.