Planet Inc., Ultra Dishwashing Liquid, Unscented, 25 fl oz (739 ml)
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- Certified Biodegradable
- Effective Grease-Cutting Formula
- Unscented & Uncolored
- Not Tested on Animals
- SCS Certified Biodegradable Breaks Down into CO2, Minerals and Water.
Environmentally friendly cleaning products that work!
A gentle and non-irritating formula that effectively cleans dishes
Squeeze desired amount into warm water for hand dishwashing.
This product is not intended for use in automatic dishwashers.
Water (carrier), sodium laureth sulfate, lauramine oxide (plant-based cleansing agents), sodium chloride (mineral viscosity adjuster), sodium bicarbonate (mineral alkalinity adjuster).
Each of the ingredients we use has been independently certified as biodegradable, with discharges that are safe for all aquatic life.
Just worked wonderfully !
Just worked wonderfully !
I was looking for a no fragrance dish washing detergent to use in the kitchen and the bathrooms for washing our hands... I also am using it to bathe with and it is gentle but cleans, no rashes no smell and perfect for us with allergies and multiple chemical sensitivity illness.. It is fabulous and I will continue to buy it. No fragrance to it that I detect..and it suds well and cleans well..
Lost without it!
Posted by 5445568638525605395 on Feb 07, 2017
I love the unscented feature, but the product is getting a bit more expensive than I'd like. And the suds don't last too long, so I have to use quite a bit each time. Honestly, if there were another 'unscented' dish soap available, I would give it a try. I bought one for half the price that was 'free and clear' but had a 'light' scent. I couldn't even use that! Your postage is a bit high too. But I'd be lost without this product!:)
My Favorite Dish Soap
Posted by 4821695178035979714 on Oct 24, 2016
I have chemical sensitivities so trying to find a good dish soap that doesn't have scent can be tricky. I really like this product, and have been using it for a couple of years now. It does a great job removing grease from dishes, but isn't drying to my hands. It does have SLS, but it doesn't seem to affect me. I also like how much care the folks in the shipping department took with my bottle. They taped the top down and then put the bottle in a zip top container to try to prevent any leakage as this jug didn't have an inner seal. I have heard that this company does make two kinds of bottles, the sealed ones for companies that do ship the bottles out, and the unsealed ones for stores. In any case, there was no mess to contend with and only a slight drip on the bottle which didn't get on the other products in my order thanks to the thoughtful use of the baggie.
Posted by satokovann on Apr 25, 2016
I BOUGHT MANY IN-TOXIC DISH SOAP HERE ON IHERB AND THIS IS SO FAR MY FAVORITE. IT DOESN'T MAKE MY HAND ITCHY LIKE MANY COMMERCIAL DISH SOAP DO AND STILL FORM WELL.
Posted by Reviewer2028487 on Jan 01, 2016
Planet Ultra Dishwashing Liquid, Unscented, first came to my attention when it appeared unexpectedly at my grocery store. I was looking for such a product, gave it a try, and immediately loved it. When I went back to buy more, I discovered that it had been available locally only because the company was distributing some samples to stores, presumably to try to convince stores to carry it. That didn't work, evidently, in this case, but I was determined to find it somewhere. iHerb to the rescue! I bought several bottles but then also bought (locally) a bottle of the similar Seventh Generation product, which is readily available in stores here. My aim was to compare them and see if Planet was indeed worth the extra difficulty of finding and buying online. I used the Planet liquid for several weeks, then used the Seventh Generation liquid for about a month, then switched back to Planet, to see if I still liked it. My judgment: Planet is by far the better product for my purposes. It cleans my dishes better than anything else I have found, and it keeps my hands nice (Seventh Generation dries my skin). Wet cat food and peanut butter are my two biggest dishwashing challenges, and Planet dissolves both with ease. Some other liquids - including Seventh Generation - will clean them up with a lot of elbow grease, but nothing else removes them almost on contact. Planet Dishwashing Liquid remains my first choice among products of this type.