Plant-Derived Starch: This ingredient, derived from corn, promotes the biodegradation process, making our sheets eco-friendly.

Sodium Coco-Sulfate: This ingredient is derived from coconuts, a renewable resource. It's a surfactant, which means it helps water to mix with oils and dirt, allowing them to be rinsed away. It's also biodegradable, meaning it breaks down naturally in the environment.

Polyvinyl Alcohol: A biodegradable polymer that acts as an adhesive, ensuring our sheets maintain their integrity during use.

Sodium Dodecybenzenesulphonate: This is another surfactant that helps in cleaning. It's biodegradable, so it doesn't persist in the environment after it's rinsed away.

Alcohols Ethoxlat: This is a nonionic surfactant, meaning it doesn't carry a charge, which helps it to be effective in both hard and soft water. It's also readily biodegradable, reducing its environmental impact.

Trisodium Citrate: A water softening agent that helps to improve the effectiveness of our laundry sheets.

Citric Acid Monohydrate: This ingredient is used to adjust the pH level, ensuring our sheets are gentle on your clothes and skin.

Isotridecanol Ethoxylated: Another nonionic surfactant, this ingredient is also readily biodegradable and doesn't accumulate in the environment.

Glycerol: Helps to lock in moisture and maintain the toughness of our product, ensuring it doesn't break down prematurely.

1,1,1,3,5,5,5-Heptamethyl-3(Propyl(Poly(EO)Hydroxy)Trisiloxane: This ingredient is a type of silicone that's used to help the product spread evenly and absorb water. It's designed to break down into harmless substances in the environment.

Lavender Fragrance: Our sheets are infused with a calming lavender fragrance, derived directly from natural sources rather than being synthetically created. 

Detergent Zeolite: This is a mineral-based ingredient that helps to soften water and enhance cleaning. It's safe for the environment as it doesn't contribute to water pollution.

Water: The universal solvent, water is a key ingredient that helps to activate and dissolve our laundry sheets in your washing machine.

Sodium bicarbonate: Provides gentle abrasion for effective cleaning of various surfaces. Environmentally safe, derived from mineral deposits, biodegradable, and sustainable. 

DL-TARTARIC Acid: Balances pH, aids in removing tough residues, and is naturally derived from plant sources. Biodegradable, safe for aquatic life, and eco-conscious.

Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate: Acts as a powerful surfactant for effective cleaning. Derived from renewable plant sources, readily biodegrades, and minimizes environmental impact. 

Citric acid anhydrous: Enhances cleaning by cutting through grease and dirt gently. Naturally occurring, biodegradable, eco-friendly, and supports green cleaning efforts

Sodium benzoate: Preserves the product and extends shelf life safely and effectively. Used sparingly, reducing waste and supporting sustainability efforts.

Sodium chloride: Provides stability for a consistent product. Environmentally neutral, safe for use, and a sustainable choice for product stability.

Biodegradable: This means that a substance can be broken down by the action of living organisms, usually bacteria and fungi, into harmless components. This is important for the environment as it reduces pollution and waste.

Anionic Surface Activity/Anionic Surfactant: These are substances that lower the surface tension between two liquids or between a liquid and a solid. In the context of laundry, they help water to mix with oil and dirt so they can be rinsed away. 'Anionic' means they carry a negative charge, which helps them to bind with dirt.

Nonionic Surface Activity/Nonionic Surfactant: These are similar to anionic surfactants, but they don't carry a charge. This makes them effective in both hard and soft water.

Water Softening: Hard water contains minerals that can interfere with cleaning. Water softeners work by binding to these minerals, allowing the cleaning agents to work more effectively.

pH Level: This is a measure of how acidic or alkaline a substance is. It's important to balance the pH of cleaning products to ensure they're effective and gentle on fabrics and skin.

Diffusion Agent: This is a substance that helps to spread other substances evenly. In the context of laundry sheets, it helps the product to dissolve evenly in the washing machine.

Mineral Extraction Agent: This is a substance that helps to remove minerals that can interfere with cleaning. In the case of detergent zeolite, it helps to soften water by removing minerals.

Abrasion: This refers to the process of wearing away or scraping off a surface through friction. In the context of sodium bicarbonate, it gently removes dirt or stains from various surfaces through this process.

Surfactant: A surfactant is a compound that lowers the surface tension between two substances, such as a liquid and a solid. Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate acts as a surfactant to help in cleaning by allowing water to mix with oils and dirt.

Shelf Life: Shelf life is the length of time a product can be stored and remain suitable for use. Sodium benzoate is used to preserve the product and extend its shelf life.

Stability: In this context, stability refers to the ability of a product to maintain its physical and chemical characteristics over time. Sodium chloride provides stability to the product, ensuring it remains consistent.