Dish Washing Soap & Soap Dish
Dish Washing Soap & Soap Dish
Dish Washing Soap & Soap Dish
Dish Washing Soap & Soap Dish

Dish Washing Soap & Soap Dish

Regular price £7.99
  • Superior cleaning power

  • Plant-based & non-toxic

  • Zero plastic waste

  • Not tested on animals


The perfect, plastic free alternative to traditional washing up liquid!

Our lemon scented dish washing soap bar is made from plant-based and non-toxic ingredients that are tough on grease yet gentle to your hands. Our soap bar is biodegradable, plastic-free and contains no palm oil!

Our plastic free Bamboo soap dish is made from high quality natural bamboo. With drainage holes and grooves it’s the perfect solution to keep your soap dry between uses as well as making it last longer.

How it's used

This dish soap is a concentrated bar and only a small amount is needed. To work up a lather wet your brush, cloth, sponge (or even try OceanSaver loofahs!) and rub the dish soap until its soapy – and rinse your dishes as normal!

This soap does not produce bubbles like traditional washing up liquid, this is an effect that is not needed to give a good clean.

Ingredients & Safety

Dish Washing Soap:
Anionic surfactant >30%, Non-ionic surfactant 5-15% perfume.

In case of eye contact, rinse eyes thoroughly with cold water. If skin irritation occurs, rinse immediately with water and cease use. If eye or skin irritation persists, seek medical advice. Keep out of reach of children.

Plastic Free Soap Dish:
Made from Bamboo. 100% biodegradable.

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Michelle Coyle
Can’t get used to it

Maybe I’m doing it wrong but I think you need to come up with a refill liquid for dish soap. The soap bar is just not same.

Andre Reis
Great product

Excellent product and well worth it! Much more efficient and we help the environment

tina thomson
I want to love it but ...

The idea is great, no plastic no waste but I find if you have a bowl of washup and you use it, it leaves a residue. Works great in running water but that kind of defeats the object.. now, I could be using it wrong?

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