Frequently natural dish soaps can be ineffective. They seem to never actually take away the tough grease and other stains, and they can leave you scrubbing for what seems like hours. Although Fundamental Dish Soap is gentle on the hands, it is tough on grease. Fundamental Dish Soap often times seems like you are washing with a chemically-dense product, because of how affective it is on dishes.
I use Fundamental Dish Soap, because Fundamental Earth is a trustworthy company. You can buy their products, and feel completely confident that they are truly chemical free. Take a look at the ingredients found in Fundamental Dish Soap:
- Saponified Organic Coconut Oil
- Saponified Organic Olive Oil
- Saponified Organic Jojoba Oil
- Lemongrass Essential Oil
- Organic Orange Essential Oil
- Organic Aloe Vera
- Organic Bergamot Essential Oil
- Rosemary Extract
Why Use Chemical Free Products?
Even if you don't have chemical sensitivities using chemical free products can be beneficial to your health. Common chemicals that are found in soaps are easily absorbed into the body. One of these chemicals is sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), which is absorbed through the skin and then accumulates throughout the body, including in organs. SLS can cause numerous health problems, and it most commonly causes cataracts in adults. In children it can be even more detrimental, as it can cause improper eye development.
Of course SLS isn't the only harmful chemical found in soap, and this blog article could be hundreds or thousands of words if we went through every harmful chemical in soaps.
Fundamental Dish Soap really is the best natural dish soap on the market. Its ability to easily remove grease from dirty dishes, while also helping to limit irritations on the hand and skin make it a phenomenal natural dish soap. Even if you don't have chemical sensitivities it is important to avoid the chemicals found in normal dish soaps, because they can cause numerous long-term health problems.
Using Fundamental Dish Soap can also help the environment, but we will discuss that in the next blog article.