Ecoegg Laundry Egg - Spring Blossom.
The Innovative Laundry Solution
- Replaces laundry detergent and fabric conditioner (70 washes)
- Does not contain petrochemicals, enzymes, chlorine bleaches, phosphates, parabens, SLS/SLES or palm oil
- Rated ‘excellent’ for sensitive skin by Dermatest
- Helps to reduce single-use plastic
- Kind to your pocket – just 14p per wash and 10p per wash when you refill
The ecoegg Laundry Egg is a unique and innovative laundry washing system that cleans clothes effectively, using two types of mineral pellets plus a small amount of detergent, encased in a recyclable egg.
Kinder to the environment and kind to your skin, the ecoegg Laundry Egg completely replaces laundry detergent and fabric conditioner, giving you a greener laundry solution.
The ecoegg Laundry Egg helps to reduce your single-use plastic use. Once you’ve used your Laundry Egg for around 70 washes, you can buy refill laundry egg pellets which allow you to use the egg over and over again.
If you switch from liquid detergent and fabric conditioner to a Laundry Egg you can save up to 40* bottles of plastic each year. (*Based on 7 washes a week and 18 wash bottles.) We are proud to have been awarded the Good Housekeeping Institute’s ‘Getting Greener’ accreditation that recognises our efforts towards sustainability and reducing plastic.
The ecoegg Laundry Egg is suitable for vegans and is cruelty-free. Made without any testing or cruelty to animals, and without any animal derivatives, the ecoegg Laundry Egg is suitable for use by vegans.
The ecoegg Laundry Egg is also suitable for handwashing. Simply place the egg to soak in water for 5-10 minutes then handwash as normal. The Laundry Egg must not be used above 60 degrees Celsius.
The ecoegg Laundry Egg is cost effective. Not only is the Laundry Egg kind to your skin, it is also kind to your pocket, costing just 14p per wash or 10p per wash when you buy the refills.
* keep away from children and pets.
Disposal: We recommend placing your pellets into your general waste bin once you have used them. Although the ingredients are biodegradable and do not contain any harmful chemicals, we have not tested the effect on wildlife and plants, so cannot recommend putting the pellets in your compost. The pellet bags are recyclable.
The pellet bags are recyclable (category 5) but cannot be put in your recycling bin at home. Please take the plastic bags to a supermarket where they recycle soft plastics.