Baby laundry is a big part of any new parent’s daily life. ATTITUDE laundry detergent and fabric softener provides a safe and effective way to clean baby clothes without contaminants that have been linked to cancer.
- Free of carcinogen ingredients and by products (IARC group 1 & 2)
- Free of 1,4-dioxane and ethylene oxide, tested by independent laboratory
- Certified eco-friendly by EcoLogo, the most recognized certification in North America
- CO2 neutral: no contribution to climate change
- Vegetable-based and biodegradable (OECD 301)
- Free of EDTA and NTA
- Designed to work in both HE (High Efficiency) & Standard machines
- Not tested on animals
- Vegan product
- Septic tank safe
- Made in Canada
When I think baby laundry detergent I automatically think Dreft. It’s what I used when Bug was a baby. It’s sold at Babies ‘R Us for use on baby laundry so I thought it was free of anything that would be harmful to baby. How deceiving a pretty pink bottle with a little baby on the front is! I looked up Dreft ingredients online, they are (just to name a few):
Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulfonate surfactant
Ethanol process aid
A lot of these ingredients are listed as “surfactants. Wikipedia defines surfactants as compounds that lower the surface tension (or interfacial tension) between two liquids or between a liquid and a solid. Surfactants may act as detergents, wetting agents, emulsifiers, foaming agents, and dispersants.
Want to know what’s in ATTITUDE laundry detergent that acts as a “surfactant”? Coconut. Plus, the Pear-Nectar variety uses natural ingredients for it’s scent. Dreft, as much as I LOVE the smell, uses artificial fragrances.
So I ask you, what’s more important? A good smell or laundry detergent that’s free from Carcinogens? Shop ATTITUDE laundry detergents here.
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