Today we’re going to talk about the seventh generation biobased laundry packs!
In case you aren’t familiar with Seventh Generation click here to take a look at their site.
They are a totally green company that’s been trying their hardest to produce clean non artificial cleaning and baby products for over 28 years!!
I received a free box of samples for their seventh generation biobased laundry packs to review and give my honest opinion.
Here’s what i got below
I got two small sample bags with two laundry pods each,if you will like to purchase them you can buy them on amazon* Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent Packs, Free & Clear, 90 loads (2 pouches, 45ct ea)
Each pack uses quadruple enzyme power to remove stains and leave your clothes looking good as new. The small little laundry packs are high packed concentrated which make it easy to just toss in the washer simply and mess free.
Seventh Generation cares about the environment that’s why their products have the EPA safer choice certification which means that they are safer for humans and the environment.
Each laundry pod is a USDA certified biobased, EPA certified, removes though stains, they are HE effective as well as compatible with any other standard washer. They also come a free and clear option which means that they are free of any nasty chemicals, additives and clear of perfumes and dyes. They also have a citrus and cedar version that is lightly scented with essential oils.
Overall i really liked using the Seventh Generation Laundry Pods, they left my clothes clean and i know that i am helping the planet be cleaner and more healthy by using clean products. Using something that is free and clear is a must in our household because i do have two young children who have suffered from eczema and knowing that i don’t have to worry about our laundry making their eczema flair up is a win.
Overall knowing that i can help the planet and my kids health is a game changer for me and i will now continue to buy Seventh Generation products and i highly recommend them!
Pick them up on Amazon*
Until next time,