Resparkle Foaming Hand Wash Kit

Resparkle has created the perfect gentle foaming hand wash. This eco-friendly starter kit pairs a luxe, reusable, silicon-protected glass bottle (it will look great next to the sink!) with Resparkle’s all-natural antibacterial hand wash powder. Just add water and you’ll never have to buy another plastic soap dispenser again.

Packed with beautifully fragrant essential oils for nourishing freshness, Resparkle’s foaming hand wash produces a velvety lather that will gently remove dirt and germs without stripping your skin and leaving it dry.

If you’re looking for an easy, sustainable soap alternative that won’t contribute to landfills, this is it. Do some good, invest in healthy hands and a happy earth.

Smells like: Pure Australian oils (mandarin, lavender, sweet orange, rose)

Includes:

  • Reusable glass bottle (400ml)
  • Attachable foaming hand pump
  • Foaming handwash concentrate refill sachet

Details

  • 100% plant-based ingredients
  • Creamy foam that doesn’t dry your skin
  • Cruelty free & vegan friendly
  • Antibacterial, sulfate-free and no chemicals concentrate
  • Compostable, plastic-free refill sachets
  • 1600g less plastic every year
  • Good for sensitive skin

Use & Care

USE Pump a little soap on to your hands, wash, and rinse in water. Squeaky clean!

CAUTION Not for consumption. Avoid contact with eyes.

Ingredients

  • Coconut derived surfactants (EWG rating 1) : Plant-based cleanser
  • Citric Acid: provides the right pH for your skin so it cleans without drying
  • Sodium Bicarbonate (EWG rating 1): Cleaning aid
  • Potassium Sorbate (EWG rating 1) : Maintains shelf life, nature identical (equivalent to molecule found in fruits)
  • Sodium Benzonate (Ewg rating 1): Maintains shelf life, nature identical (equivalent to molecule found in fruits)
  • Mandarin, French Lavender, Australian Sweet orange essential oils

What is the EWG score?

The EWG score is a hazard score ranging from 1-2 (low hazard), 3-6 (moderate hazard) and 7-10 (high hazard) published by the Environmental Working Group. Their data is sourced studies published in‚ open‚ scientific literature.

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